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Shepperton Fair 2017 Report and Photos



Putting Local Business First. Bringing a Community Together

June 2018

Issue 80

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The Shepperton Village Fair is on June 9th!

Welcome! We know you enjoyed reading about Halliford of old but have been notified by a reader that the bypass was in fact opened in the early 70’s not the early 60’s as we stated. Thanks for that. Now then, the season on Pimms and sunshine is upon us. Local events are the order of the day in June. Shepperton Fair is on June 9th at Manor Park. Staines upon Thames Day is on June 24th with the famous duck race, sure to entertain. Don’t miss Squire’s Rose Show on June 23/24th. It really is the most fabulous display of the best roses you will see. Lots to do. Now all we need is for the glorious weather to continue. There is as always lots going on in the villages. We report on Littleton

June 2018 Lane concrete crushing and various developments in Charlton Village. Finally, happy birthday to the wonderful Greeno Centre. We look back on how it all started. Until next month!

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The Lendy Lion, Sunbury 4 Depression in the Elderly 6 Shepperton Village Fair 2018 8/9 Local Shows from World Champ Club 10 Shepperton Patient Participation 13 Shopping in Staines upon Thames 14 Black and White Ladies Fund Raising 18 Travel Clinic on the High St 21 Local Swim Club Success 22 Roseacre Plants New Shoots 24 National Volunteer Week 26 Shepperton Slalom Canoe Grant 29 Recipe of the Month 31 Sunbury/Shepperton Arts Festival 36 Happy Birthday Greeno! 38 Sky Diving - I must be Mad! 40 Bowls, Croquet & Afternoon Tea 42 Staines upon Thames Day 45 Bargains with Benefits! 49 Charlton Village Residents Update 50 Laleham Residents Update 53 Gardening Matters 57 What’s On 59/61 Ad Index and Costs 62

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The ‘Lendy’ Lion, Sunbury By Nick Pollard The ‘Lendy Lion’ is today a well-known centrepiece of the Walled Garden in Lower Sunbury, but this in is fact its third home. As seen in this photo dating from about 1905, it was originally erected beside the Thames, just opposite St. Mary’s Church. The Lion surmounted a memorial to the two sons of Major Auguste Frederic Lendy, a French officer, who had run a private military academy in Sunbury. Both sons had died within a couple of weeks of each other, on military service in Africa. The younger, Edward, was a Captain in the Sherwood Foresters Regiment, but serving as an Inspector with the Frontier Police in Sierra Leone (winning the D.S.O.) when he was killed aged 25 in a ‘friendly fire’ incident with allied French forces at Waiima on December 23rd, 1893. A memorial to Edward and the French troops killed in the same incident was erected on the spot. The elder, Charles, was a Captain in the Royal Artillery, but also on detachment, this time to the British South Africa Company. He died, aged 30, at Bulawayo in present-day Zimbabwe, on 15th January 1894. A fitness fanatic, it seems he died from complications following an internal injury when competing in the shot putt. Charles also has a memorial in Bulawayo, erected by his comrades there. It seems their friends in Sunbury very quickly turned their thoughts to commemorating the brothers in their home village, as in The Standard for 12th February 1894, a letter from Mr J.H. Matthews of ‘Rippledene’, Sunbury, was published, appealing for funds to build a memorial, in particular to former pupils of Major Lendy, adding that £90 had already been raised (‘Rippledene’ was a large house in French Street, later known as ‘Beauclerc’, and now the site of Beauclerc School). The memorial was duly erected soon after, and as can be seen, besides the Lion and an inscription to the Lendy brothers, it also incorporated a drinking fountain and was surrounded by railings. It formed a prominent Please mention Shepperton Matters when responding to adverts


landmark on the riverbank between Wilson’s Ferry and the now-demolished house ‘Weir View’, for the next 45 years or so. In 1940, during the Second World War, a stick of bombs fell across the area, and one demolished the Lendy Memorial. Only the Lion was salvaged, and eventually it was moved to the lawn in front of the Sunbury Council offices, which were then at Benwell House , at the northern end of Green Street. In the 1980s, when plans were made to revitalise the walled garden in Sunbury Park, which had recently been acquired by Spelthorne Council, the Lion was re-erected on a new plinth with a copy of the original inscription. The Sunbury and Shepperton Local History Society has its usual stand in the marquee at Shepperton Village Fair on June 9th. Do come along and see our exhibition of old photos, or purchase one of our range of books dealing with the history of the area.

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Age UK Surrey sees Increase in Anxiety and Depression amongst Older People The latest wellbeing data from the Office of National Statistics shows that overall satisfaction with health (including mental health) is declining and more people are suffering from anxiety and depression year on year. Research commissioned by YouGov and Age UK has confirmed that around half of the over 55s say they have experienced anxiety. This trend is also borne out by evidence gathered by Age UK Surrey, the charity that supports people in later life. In the last 6 months over a third (36%) of counselling clients have presented with anxiety as their prevailing issue. This is in contrast to a year ago when only 14% of counselling clients reported feeling anxious. Mental Health Awareness week (14-20 May) gives us an opportunity to consider what mental health is all about, and what steps we can all take to improve and maintain our emotional wellbeing. Put simply, mental health is about the ways we think, feel and behave. Everyone feels down or worried from time to time, especially at times of change such as the loss of a loved one, or relationship breakdown. In fact a small degree of stress in life is perfectly normal. But living in a chronic state of stress can lead to serious problems both physical, including heart disease, and emotional, such as low mood that interferes with day to day life. Anxiety is excessive worry and if not managed can lead to panic. Anxiety and panic often manifest in physical symptoms such as increased heart rate, sleeplessness, Irritable Bowel Syndrome and tension headaches. Counselling is one way that can help. Having someone to talk to who is non-judgemental and who can give practical techniques to help manage symptoms can make a real difference and positive impact to a person’s life. Jo Williams, Age UK Surrey’s Counselling Co-ordinator said “A lot of older people are struggling with stress and anxiety and perhaps don’t feel they can talk to their close friends and family about it. Talking to a Please mention Shepperton Matters when responding to adverts


trained counsellor in complete confidentiality can make a real difference to a person’s outlook and wellbeing. Best of all, we can see the client in their own home, and we can get to them quickly – which is usually what someone who is worried or upset needs. The average lead time from initial telephone enquiry to the first face-to-face counselling session is currently only 12 days.” For more information about Age UK Surrey Services, including Counselling across the County please visit our website:

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Shepperton Village Fair 2018 All Set for Sat 9 June!

The Fair kicks off again in 2018 with a huge procession of colourful entries with the theme of Fairies, Elves, Witches & Wizards from local Schools, plus Harley-Davidson™ motorcycles, the Sea Cadets, Steamrollers and a marching band. It shouldn't be hard to spot a stilt walker somewhere in amongst them all! We are delighted that the Fair will be opened this year by model, fitness expert and broadcaster Diana Moran. Diana is well remembered for her days on the BBC Breakfast Time programme as fitness guru, The Green Goddess. She remains very active in TV and radio as well as supporting breast cancer and ChildLine charities. She will formally open the Fair at 12 noon following arrival of the Procession. After that, you can enjoy a fun-filled afternoon with Punch and Judy shows, Harley horsepower from Hogsback Chapter, the awesome Spelthorne Gymnastics, an exciting falconry display, and the signature Great Nauticalia Raft Race down at the riverside. In between shows you will be able to get up close and personal with the Harleys, the falcons and, for the first time at the Fair, Alpacas – including,

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we hope, a very cute baby! Around the arena will be around 200 field and marquee stalls, delicious food outlets, and fairground rides. We’ve made a few changes here and there, and we do hope you enjoy yourselves again at the largest annual event in the Borough! We would like to thank the continuing generosity of all our sponsors and want to mention in particular our Platinum sponsor, Curchods Estate Agents and our Gold Sponsors, Ashford Kitchens, Lodge Brothers, Longacres, Owen White & Catlin, Pinewood-Shepperton Studios, Surrey County Councillor Richard Walsh, and Spelthorne Borough Councillors Tony Harman and Dick Smith-Ainsley - facilitated by long-time friend of the Fair, Cllr Robin Sider. We are most grateful to them all, without whom the Fair would simply not be possible. #SeeYouAtTheFair Dik Gregory, Chair Shepperton Village Fair Committee


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Local Performances of World Champ Club We have some more news about gymnasts from Spelthorne Gymnastics at the World Acrobatic Championships in Antwerp, Belgium in April. Last month, we reported on the 12-18 years, 13-19 years and senior age groups where 10 gymnasts won medals across 4 categories. Well, the final 11-16 age group category produced even more excellent results for Team GB and our local club.

perform acrobatic moves, dance and tumbling, set to music. The gymnasts perform in pairs (women’s, men’s or mixed) or groups (women’s trios or men’s fours) and are judged on artistry, difficulty of skill and the execution of skills. It is a very exhilarating sport both to watch and compete in. If you are interested in becoming involved in acrobatic gymnastics, classes at Spelthorne Gymnastics start at 1.5 years for parent and toddlers and go right through the age groups to the elite gymnasts who have been winning medals at the recent World Championships. Call 01932 781338 or email to find out more. Gymnasts from the club will be performing in the main arena at Shepperton Fair on Saturday 9th June, at Monksbridge during the Sunbury Open Gardens on June 3rd (12pm, 1.30 and 3pm) and later in the summer on Saturday 8 th September at the Elmsleigh Centre in Staines.

Sasha Carpenter (left) and Poppy Yates (right)

Sasha Carpenter and Poppy Yates won gold medals in the Women’s Pair category and became World Champions! Sasha lives in Shepperton and attends Thamesmead School; Poppy lives in Ashford and attends Bishop Wand School. The girls have now added the World Championship to the European Championship they won in Poland last year. More success followed in the Men’s Four category of this age group when Bradley Gold, Jack Clegg, Jake Turner and Harry Watson won bronze medals; and in the Men’s Pair, Andrew Morris-Hunt and Archie Collier also secured bronze medals. So, in the four age groups at this World Championship, 18 gymnasts from the Spelthorne Gymnastics club, representing Team GB, achieved medals in 7 different categories, a fantastic set of results from one club. Acrobatic gymnastics is a discipline where partnerships of gymnasts work together and Please mention Shepperton Matters when responding to adverts


Shepperton Patient Participation Group Like all practices, the Shepperton Medical Centre has set up a PPG, indeed some years ago now, which is eager to become better known. It includes the Practice Manager, Caroline Self, with one of her staff, Janine Dial, as secretary; there are about a dozen other members, largely just ordinary residents, though one is Councillor Robin Sider. Each year the wording of a questionnaire is agreed by the group, to seek the reactions of patients to their experiences of visiting the practice, which Janine then scrupulously analyses and summarises. The group meets quarterly, to discuss issues brought to the attention of members and of course their own experiences: as examples, difficulty parking, problems in securing an appointment, confirming arrival, and whether ear syringing or blood samples are provided by the practice. Care in Shepperton is represented on the group by its Chair, Cliff Shears; they are to provide a water cooler in the waiting area. As an offshoot of the group another member, Rosaleen Common, is establishing a Friends body to help raise funds for similar amenities.

formly favourable, so that the initial call for improvements by the CQC was disconcerting. The issue was largely to do with where records were kept, and a follow-up visit found the practice to be "Good". The group were also instrumental in inviting a doctor from the practice to address the Shepperton Residents Association on the struggle with the Property Services arm of the NHS over an appropriate rental, an issue now largely agreed Peter Hughes, Chair of the Group

Until recently comparatively few people had heard of the PPG, which has indeed never sought a high profile, but now a notice board is being installed which will set out briefly the aims and purpose of the group, list the names of members, and provide an e-mail address for submissions and suggestions (my own, This will, it is hoped, allow patients an opportunity to voice their reactions and describe their experiences, though the group will not take up individual cases: the aim is to seek points affecting the many, and examine possible improvements to everyone's contacts with the practice. Four members of the group were invited to give evidence to the first visit by the Care Quality Commission; the testimony was uniTo advertise call Monica on 07979 808991


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Shopping in Staines-upon-Thames

There have been loads of changes to Staines over the years, the name change for one, to Staines-upon-Thames as well as the introduction of so many more fabulous places to eat and drink. The one thing that stays constant is the opportunity to buy everything you need. Together with the Elmsleigh Centre, Two Rivers, the High Street and Debenhams, Staines-upon-Thames offers a wellrounded shopping experience. Whether you’re looking for bicycle pumps or ballet pumps, posh chocs or posh frocks, a three piece suit or a three piece suite - it’s all here in Stainesupon-Thames. There are more changes afoot too with Europe’s No 1 Sports Retailer, Decathlon, opening in The Elmsleigh this summer enhancing the sports gear and equipment offering in town. Decathlon represents more than 100 sporting brands across 70 different sports. Accessing Staines-upon-Thames couldn’t be easier with its mainline station a few minutes walk from the town centre, more than 20 bus services arriving in or passing through from every direction and more than 2,500 visitor parking spaces across 5 main car parks including more than 100 disabled parking spaces. Choose from the Bridge Street Car Park, Riverside Surface, Tothill Multistorey, Elmsleigh Multistorey & Surface Car Parks and the Two Rivers Car Parks. Visit and for the most up to date parking charges. For the full list of shops, restaurants, cafes, pubs and bars in Staines-uponThames together with the what’s on listing go to

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The Thames is a Boat Dump!

Some are visible from the bank, and some lurk under the surface, a menace to passing craft.

We have attempted before to engage with the council and the EA over abandoned boats. Ultimately it is the responsibility of the boat owner to remove the vessel. Surely boats which are moored on these moorings are registered to someone. Is it not time to penalise owners and force them to remove this blot on the river at their own expense? We cannot go on ignoring a growing disaster. Boats abandoned along the riverbank are growing in number at an alarming rate, taking mooring spaces as well as looking dreadful. It is incontrovertible that sinking craft are not only a hazard but will also add to the flooding problems.

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Lady’s Taveners in Black and White Fund Raiser

Shepperton’s Diana Moran is president of the Surrey Lady’s Taveners and held a stunning fund raiser recently at the Orangery in Shepperton Studios. Group Community Liaison, Kathryn Donovan from Pinewood Studios Group gave a short presentation on the history of the studios. 140 attended and everyone wore black and white. Local Pianist Nigel Fox played nostalgic black and white movie themes to get the crowd in the mood. The Lady Taverners mission is to enhance the lives of disadvantaged and disabled young people through sport and recreation. Their programmes support some of the most marginalised and at risk young people in the UK, creating a range of opportunities for young people from deprived areas and those with disabilities to engage in sport and recreational activities in their local communities’ The outcome of these efforts is to: • Increase opportunities for regular participation • Motivate young people to engage in sport • Improve health, social and psychological wellbeing • Empower volunteers, coaches and teachers to deliver training sessions Importantly they raise money for the bright green minibuses you often see on the local roads and locally they fund wheelchairs and special equipment such as soft play areas.

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Travel Clinic in Shepperton for all Your Needs

Planning a visit overseas requires a certain amount of organisation. We are not only talking passports, visas and sun cream. We often need to consider vaccinations and antimalarials as well. Getting yourself sorted can be a time consuming process and getting an appointment at the doctor may be lengthy. But help is at hand on Shepperton high street. Trio Pharmacy now offers a walk in service where you can get your holiday vaccinations done with as little hassle as possible by lead pharmacist Farakh Riaz, who has up to date knowledge of travel medicine, disease processes and malaria prevention. Trio is also a dedicated Yellow Fever centre and they even offer a Saturday clinic. This service is relevant to you for your business trips, school trips, honeymoon or casual holidays. They have it all. You pay for the vaccination only, not an appointment fee. If you need a new passport then it is worth getting the photo done at Trio too. Steve knows exactly what the rules are, the dimensions needed and can produce your photos for you within minutes. You can be certain they are the correct specifications rather than sitting in a photo booth hoping you get it right, only to have your application rejected when you send it off. It is so worth while and is no more expensive than a booth. Tel 01932 225900

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Local Youngsters Bring Back Gold at SE Regional Swimming Champs 2018 (15+) By Chris White, Head Coach, Staines Swimming Club Staines Swimming Club entered the 2018 Swim England South East Regional Swimming Championships with great representation. 11 swimmers qualified for individual events and the club entered 4 relays teams. The South East Region is the largest of 8 regions in the country covering Hampshire and the IOW, the Channel Islands, Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Sussex and parts of Surrey and Kent that are outside London. The region consists of 184 competitive clubs. Staines produced their best results for many years finishing 10th on the medal table securing 8 medals, 3 Gold, 2 Silver and 3 Bronze. Swimmers qualified for 10 individual finals and the team secured 20 top ten placings. Staines powerhouse Ross Philp led the way in the medal haul winning an astonishing 7 individual medals in the 16 year boy’s age group. Ross currently studying at Thamesmead School took Gold emphatically in the 400m and 200m Individual Medley winning by a margin of 4 and 3 seconds respectively. Ross also took Gold in his favoured 200m Butterfly. Ross also picked up silver in the 800m Freestyle, Bronze in the 400m and 200m Freestyle and 100m Butterfly. Ross has now amassed an incredible 10 national qualification times for the summer championships. CP swimmer Maya Brisco secured a 3 second personal best in the ladies multi-classification 400m Freestyle to secure the Silver. Maya is training with one eye on the CP World Championships in August. Scottish sprint sensation Ewan Taylor (16) showed signs he’s getting back to his best qualifying for the 50m Freestyle final. Taylor currently studying at Thamesmead School also swam at the Commonwealth Trials is April. Taylor finished just 0.20’s off his lifetime best to secure 4th place just 0.05 off Bronze and 0.08 off Silver in the 50m FS. Taylor also secured 9th in both the 50m Breaststroke and 100m Freestyle. Kieran Adams (16) swam at his first regional championships and showed impressive form to finish

6th in the 1500m Freestyle with a ten second personal best of 17.25.95. Kieran also performed well in the 800m Freestyle finishing 10th and secured his first national qualification time. Isabel Harry (15) a British Championship level swimmer returned to form at qualifying for both the 100m and 200m Backstroke finals. Isabel improved in both finals on her heat times finishing 6th in the 200m and 7th in the 100m events respectively in season best times to secure her national qualification for the summer. Mitchell Coombes (19) swam a sensational 200m Breaststroke in the men’s open category securing a personal best of 2.27.86 to finish 4th in the heats and secured his national qualification time. Harry (16) and Daisy Degan (15) both studying at Thamesmead secure excellent personal best in the 200m butterfly both finishing in 10th place in their respective age groups. Lauren Kent (16) swam in the 50m Freestyle and 50m Backstroke, Lauren secured a personal best in the Backstroke and was just 0.20 off her best Freestyle time. Dan Pearson competed in the men’s open category in the 100m and 200m Breaststroke. Dan put in a superb performance to secure a 2 second personal best in the 100m Breaststroke. For more information on competitive swimming please contact

Ross Philp and Maya Brisco show off their medals

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Roseacre Plants New Shoots

by Hayley Attewell

On a beautiful sunny day the children and staff of the Roseacre Playgroup got to plant their very own tree in Manor Park. It was a great way to encourage and help the children to understand the importance of trees and the love of being outside. The children used gardening tools to plan the tree and cornflowers surrounding it to add a splash of colour. They had such a great time doing it. This was inspired by the recent programme ‘The Queen’s Green Planet’ and her legacy project to create a global network of protected forests. We feel our children have played a small but important part. The children recently have also been planting flowers and vegetables using different containers and recyclable materials, being aware to cut down on the use of plastics. We look forward to visiting the tree on our regular walks and look forward to seeing it over the changing seasons. We hope everyone else enjoys it too. This project was made possible by the donation from Spelthorne Street Scene who supplied the tree, plants and also a beautiful plaque to commemorate the event. Roseacre has an open day on 20th June from 1-2 in St Nicholas Parish Centre in Church Square.

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National Volunteer Week 1st to 7th June

This year, Volunteers’ Week is about volunteering for all – celebrating the huge range of people who give their time in so many ways. Could you volunteer, and why should you bother? Studies have found that taking time out to help others reduces stress levels, improves immunity and increases life-satisfaction. This is because helping someone else interrupts tension-producing patterns and replaces it with a sense of purpose, which leads positive emotions. Whether you're looking for a change in career or advancement in your current one volunteering is an excellent way to boost your prospects. Volunteers tend to create a positive impression, appearing more innovative, creative and skilful. In an Adweek article on the state of recruitment in 2015, they found that recruiters rank volunteer participation higher than personal presentation, political affiliations and spelling and grammar errors when looking at a candidate's potential. This is probably because employers value transferable soft skills and volunteering gives you plenty of those, particularly problem-solving, teamwork, leadership and people skills. Candidates with real-world experience also tend to be more insightful and ready to be more hands-on in projects. Away from the corporate world many people look around their community and long to Please mention Shepperton Matters when responding to adverts


make a difference but don't know how. Look for community volunteering projects and get involved. It gives you the chance to think about the kind of community and world you want to live in, and to be part of something bigger than yourself. If you're still not sure where to start your volunteering journey think about where your passions lie. Maybe you love animals, are passionate about butterflies, or you want to share music, or life experience, or gardening skills. Look on the web, there will probably be some volunteer group where your passion or knowledge will be useful. If you are feeling adventurous volunteering abroad allows you to travel with a purpose. Before deciding on a programme it's advisable to ask: • How will it benefit the local community? • Does the organisation respect the local culture? • What is the reason behind your volunteering trip? • What problem will the end-product help solve? Volunteering abroad changes how you see the world as you meet people daily from different countries, backgrounds and quality of life. Many of us are lonely in our modern lives. Maybe we moved away from our families for work, or we're divorced, or widowed, or the children have left home. Volunteering introduces you to people from all walks of life and provides a means of making real friends who can have a lasting impact on you. Volunteering can shake you out of old routines and help you figure out where you want to head next. You might come up with ideas on how to improve your own community, or even discover a new life calling. By Sarah Davey

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Grant for Shepperton Slalom Canoe Club

Shepperton Slalom Canoe Club opened their doors for their annual Open Day in May. All were welcome to come along and try Canoe Slalom. Children and adults all took to the water on a beautiful day to have a go and a great time was had by all, even though some got more wet than others! The day was also a special day as they welcomed Jackie from the River Thames Society who presented the Club with a cheque for £250 and a Thames Heritage Award. These awards are presented to volunteer groups which involve young people under 25 and give benefit to the river community. Andy Pearson club Chairman said “We are so proud to have won this award and thank the RTS for nominating us and Jackie for coming along to present to us”. Shepperton Slalom Club is a well kept secret in Shepperton. Set on Lock Island the site spans the Shepperton weir pool and is the only permanent slalom site in the South East. The club has lots of members many of which compete at all levels at national ranking events all over the country from beginners to prem. For more information please contact Also you can follow the action on Instagram: sheppertonslalomcanoe or Facebook: Shepperton Slalom Canoe Club.

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Sunbury Garden Play Local mum Michelle Rogers lives in an idyllic setting overlooking fields, horses and trees. With a little one herself, she started thinking how lovely it would be to open this opportunity to other children. With that in mind Sunbury Garden Play will be opening up in June to parents and young ones to come and take part in outdoor life. There is a large trampoline, but more importantly, a greenhouse, fruit beds and a veggie plot. Fruit trees grown in the orchard and children will have the chance to grow and pick their own produce during the summer months when the Garden Play will be open. Find Sunbury Garden Play on Facebook. From June 5th. Tuesdays 9.30-11.30. Parking on site.

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Recipe of the Month Roast Cod with Lemon, Garlic and Parsley Crust A delicious light and easy supper

Preparation time: 20 minutes Cooking time: 10 to 30 mins Serves: 4



Mix the breadcrumbs with the parsley, garlic, lemon zest, salt and pepper, then add butter and lemon juice. Mix thoroughly with your fingers.

675g/1lb 8oz cod fillet, 3cm/1¼in thick 85g/3oz white breadcrumbs, soft or slightly stale 3 tbsp parsley, finely chopped 2 cloves garlic, crushed Finely grated zest ½ lemon 60g/2¼oz butter, melted Squeeze of lemon juice Salt and pepper

Season the cod well with salt and pepper to taste.

Place the cod in a shallow, ovenproof dish and press the buttered crumbs firmly onto the cod to make an even crust. Bake at 220C/425F/Gas 7 for 20-25 minutes until the crust is browned and the fish just cooked through. Serve immediately with lemon wedges and green salad or steamed asparagus.

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Happy Birthday Greeno Centre By Monica Chard, Editor Wow! 30 years since the 45 years of service at the centre? Greeno Centre in Shepperton We are talking about Vanessa was built. How many people Welch and Pat White of course. must have been through the These stalwarts make the Greeno doors enjoying the care, fun tick. They are the endless energy and support offered by this and positivity who keep the centre amazing facility. going at its most vibrant. When we went along to have a Both started in the kitchens before chat in the run up to the birthmoving into the office and becomday, they had just finished a ing the two lynchpins. Royal Wedding celebration, The Greeno offers a multitude of with flags, a cut out Queen, services to the aged and various cakes and even a souvenir mug high need groups. Members come for everyone who came. There to socialise, have a freshly cooked is always such a feeling of joy lunch, do activities, exercise claswhen I visit. ses or to take advantage of services The Greeno Centre is so named on site such as hair dressing, chiafter Nurse Greeno, a midwife, ropody, massage and even a walk remembered by many as very in shower for those who need help. strict but very kind. She used to Nurse Greeno puts the first spade in Some members come to the centre ride around on her bike attending local births. There must be many of you out there who were delivered by her in fact! She was clearly a very caring person and also had the initiative for meals on wheels cooked in a local kitchen (before the days of health and safety of course!). The Monday Club at the time was held at the Rifle Range as recently as 1982 and Nurse Greeno would be there with cups, saucers, teapot and biscuits. The use of the Rifle Range for the club came to an end when parts of it was gutted by fire. With no other suitable venue in the area Nurse Greeno camPat, second from left, Nessy third from right paigned with Age Concern for the building of a new and dedicated centre in Shepperton and the daily. It is what keeps them going. We are imrest is history. She was invited to dig the first spade mensely lucky to have in for the footings with the help of the lady Mayor such a facility in our at the time. Nurse Greeno died in November 1992 community. When I but her memory lives on. visited Cllr Maureen The Greeno Centre was completed and opened in Attewell, Portfolio 1989. Since then it has expanded its services and Holder for Communitoday it is a lifeline to many. ty Wellbeing, was Cameo, the day centre for people with memory there. (seen right with problems received the Countess of Wessex on their Pat and Nessy) 20th anniversary in 2010. “There is a secure The Spelthorne Wellbeing Centre was opened in future for the Greeno 2013 by Cllr Jean Pinkerton, now Mayor of which as the full comSpelthorne. mitment from the But what of two familiar ladies we have not yet council� she said. mentioned and who have between them clocked up Please mention Shepperton Matters when responding to adverts


Sky Diving for charity. Am I completely insane.....? by Sally Dick

Around last September I attended an excellent evening put on by the Princess Alice Hospice here in Shepperton, which took place at Shepperton Studios to advertise their donated wedding wear. Whilst there I noticed advertisements to help make money for the Hospice, as they only receive about 22% from the government, and the other 78% must be funded via donations. One suggestion was to do a Skydive. Well, I could do that, I thought. I had to hopefully raise at least £500. Well my dear husband offered £100 so I was one fifth of the way there. And I set about raising the rest. I bombarded my friends with information, contacted my church, St. John Fisher RC church, wandered down the high street chatting to the local stores, spoke to our wonderful medical facility, and sent info to all the organisations of which I am a member. And gradually the donations started to flow in. Monica Chard, bless her, said I needed a Justgiving page and she was right, that helped many people who didn’t want to actually thrust 5 and 10 notes into my hands, to be able to give their generous donations via that organisation.

all around. I was firmly attached to Gary the senior instructor, presumably he was chosen as I was the oldest to leap that day. And then I was in the air and wondering if I should be feeling terrified or fascinated. Falling/ Diving/plummeting down at 125 miles an hour. No time to wonder! The cameraman caught it all and you can see the force of the air as my face became distorted. And now all is calm as the parachute is inflated and I fall gently down to earth. Am so pleased I did the Skydive, and I am so thrilled with the generosity of my family and friends as it appears that I have collected getting on for £4,500.00 What a result. I hope that anyone who needs hospice care from our local Princess Alice Hospice is able to benefit from your donations, and my skydive. Should anyone want to further the cause, just send in a donation to Sarah-Dick4 and if you want to have a look at the actual skydive, try sallysjump.

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Bowls, Croquet and Afternoon Tea. You are Invited! What could be better? Having a cuppa or drink with friends, watching or participating in an activity, all in the heart of Shepperton. The Bishop Duppas Bowls club would love to welcome you to sample their hospitality and club. Bishop Duppas is a very friendly, enthusiastic and totally inclusive lawn bowls club. They have a very good mix of lady and gentleman members with a varied interest in the game. Between them they play the full spectrum of competitive bowls from National and County competitions, local league, friendly and club competitions to largely social and practice roll-ups on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. If you don’t fancy bowls, then you could equally well try croquet at the same location in the middle of the wonderful green space of Bishop Duppas Park. The Bishop Duppas Croquet Club meets at Bishop Duppas Bowls Club three afternoons a week. (Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2-4pm). It is a very small club who would love some new members. The club was formed ten years ago. initially for ex-members of Bishop Duppas Bowls Club who found it difficult to keep on bowling but wanted to stay part of the club. Over the years non-bowling members have been drawn in, although we are still very strongly a part of Bishop Duppas Bowls Club. They play on what is known as “The Practice Green”, an area adjacent to the main bowls green but tucked away behind mature hedging. You may not even realise it is there. As this year is the clubs tenth anniversary they are celebrating with afternoon tea on the lawn on Friday 8th June 24pm as usual. Why not pop along (Shepperton Matters will be going!). The club is open to anyone, male or female, any age. You do not have to be a member of the bowls club.

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Staines-upon-Thames Day – Sunday 1 July 2018

Back again for the 7th year is Staines-upon-Thames Day, the free family fun day offering a fabulous day out for the whole family. New for this year will be the dedicated Craft Market in the Market Square, the Food Market on the High Street as well as the Strong Man and Strong Woman competition. There will also be a Charmborough ring, a mobile belfry of 6 bells, that members of the public will be able to try. Many of the regular activities will be back again including the ever-popular MidasPlus Big Charity Duck Race and Little Duck Race with fantastic prizes to win. Companies and individuals wishing to sponsor a Big Duck should contact MidasPlus direct by email to Small ducks can be purchased on the day. Funds raised from the race are distributed to local organisations and individuals in need. There will also be plenty of live music and performances across 3 stages in Memorial Gardens and on the High Street featuring local bands and community groups. Other activities include boat trips by French Brothers, kayaking taster sessions with the Surrey Canoe Club, the Guide Dogs for the Blind Fun Dog Show, birds of prey display, pony rides, fairground rides and slides, face painting, children’s arts and crafts, street food, refreshments and so much more. Staines-upon-Thames Day takes place in Memorials Gardens, the Market Square and the High Street from 11.00am on Sunday 1 July 2018. Visit for the most up to date information and do follow us on Facebook at for latest news.

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Downsize Your Plate….and your Dress Size! Smaller plates may be a key to weight loss. Several years ago, a food psychologist called Brian Wasink gathered a group of 85 food and nutrition experts. He gave each of them a small bowl or a large bowl and a small scoop or a large scoop. Then he asked them all to serve themselves a ‘portion’ of ice cream. Now these were people who knew about nutrition, yet they scooped 31% more than the average serving size into the large bowl and 15% more from the large scoop. Studies at the University of Pennsylvania conducted similar experiments hypothesising that giving student subjects a smaller scoop would mean they would take more than one, but most of the students took only one scoop regardless of size. So, what can those of us who want to

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shed a few pounds take from this? Swap your 10 inch / 25cm dinner plate for an 8 inch / 20 cm one and put fattening foods like gravy or salad dressings into small bowls with small spoons. Put salad stuff and vegetables in a big bowl with a large serving spoon and then tuck in. Downsize with science! By Lucy Robson


Rotary Community Award to Trio

The Annual Awards from the Rotary Club of Shepperton & Sunbury took place on 21st May at the Holiday Inn. The Business Award was presented to Akash Patel, director of Trio Pharmacy, Shepperton. In the absence of manager, Farakh Riaz, Akash accompanied by his brother Parthiv received the engraved shield and certificate. The Vocational Services Committee of the Rotary Club recognises the value of Trio Pharmacy to the Community. They are an innovative and dynamic company always looking to add new products and services to their range, one of which is their successful Travel Clinic which gives advice and appropriate vaccinations to holidaymakers.

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Bargains with Benefits. So Start Clearing Out! By Monica Chard, Editor

Last month we carried a piece by local girl Jamin Ella on sustainable clothing - second hand goods that she refashioned to give a new lease of life ( Well you don’t necessarily need to refashion items but there are plenty of great quality items for sale in our high street charity shops, as I discovered on a recent shopping trip. My niece has been visiting and at her stage in life, is not exactly flush with cash. So the idea of finding bargains appealed. We visited some of the many charity shops in Shepperton and had fun trying things on. It is not difficult to make the decision to spend £3.50 on a garment, knowing at the same time that the money you spend is supporting a good cause and keeping clothes out of land fill. We live in such a disposable society today, where we demand instant gratification which the purchase of a new piece of clothing may give us (temporarily at least). But supporting local charities, getting bargains and helping the environment all seem laudable reasons to shop. We purchased two pairs of shoes which

were brand new (one £7 and one £12), two brand new skirts still with labels (£5-£7.50) and many other items in great condition. A little handbag was only £1. That is guilt free shopping if ever there was such a thing! The charity shops are all asking for more stock. So why not clear out your wardrobe and benefit these great causes. If your wardrobes are full of clothes you “might just want to wear again one day”, the reality is that you probably won’t. But someone else would love it. I for one need to have a spring clean (so does Mr C!). So go on, get clearing out, go shopping for some new clothes without spending a fortune and benefit some excellent charities at the same time (Princess Alice Hospice, FARA, Shooting Star Chase, QEF, Connect). Remember if you are a UK tax payer, you can tick a box when you donate which allows the charity to collect a further 25% on any sales. Every penny makes a difference. Have fun!

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June update

Safety Average speed check camera installation: Good news, the cameras are expected by the end of 2018 - we understand the procurement of our camera’s is underway and as we get further information we will keep you informed. Pedestrian crossing: As you can imagine many villages and communities across the Borough and County have also requested crossings - our campaign to acquire one for Charlton Village is very much supported by our local councillors and later this year the cost of a feasibility study is to be funded by said councillors - thank you - this will put us in a good position when funding becomes available. Reduction of HGV vehicles/Littleton concrete re-cycling plant: It appears the new Operators do not have the correct Planning consent to undertake this work and have subsequently submitted a retrospective planning application. There is a joint campaign with Charlton Village, Laleham and Littleton Residents Associations. This going well and again supported by our local councillors, Spelthorne B.C. the joint committees have been working hard latest news is that Spelthorne are recommending a refusal of the planning application. We are hopeful this will reduce the number of HGV’s going through our village. Once again when we have more news we will provide an update. Installation of parking restrictions (yellow lines) at entrance to Walnut Tree road This project is underway and is expected to completed in the coming months. Flooding: As we all know by now this has been a long and outstanding issue in the village and we are assured by our councillors that it is very much at the top of their agendas - and although we have no immediate solutions to speak about, everyone will continue to pursue a positive outcome for the village. Watch this space. Flowers, hanging baskets - other public areas of the village Hanging baskets have been ordered and the various planters have started to be refreshed.

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Great news, announced at our AGM, is that we have been given a grant from our councillors to use on restoring the posts on the far side of the village and we will be submitting ideas on how best to spend the remainder of the grant on improving the aesthetics of the village. The wall at Manor farm is currently being repaired and the wall at the end of Almond Close is to be completed very soon. The gates have had a first coat of paint and further signage is being prepared. This year’s dates for village activities are as follows: 14th July Summer BBQ and party in the paddocks at Manor Farm 1st September Village get together on the green in Hetherington Road 27th October Village firework display Halloween party in the paddocks at Manor Farm 30th November Village Christmas trees, in Hetherington Road and Charlton Road December Date to be confirmed for Christmas party in the Harrow Finally, you will of course have noticed I am new name to Residents Committee - at this year's AGM (21 May) nominations were invited and put myself forward and subsequently I was appointed to the Committee along with other residents, so we have a great mix of new and long standing members. More details of the Committee will be communicated very shortly. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Stuart and Karen for their unwavering support for Charlton Village, Stuart has kindly offered to remain on the committee to ensure we have a smooth handover, we have around 50% of the committee members from previous years and welcome some new members. We all very much look forward to representing our village. Minutes from last nights AGM will be communicated shortly. Kind regards Alison Dodsworth


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Have Fun with Pilates! Pilates is a form of exercise with an emphasis on core strength. Regular practice can lead to a stronger leaner body with increased protection to your spine helping you to stand taller and able to move with a new ease. We meet at Laleham Village Hall every Monday evening between 6 and 7 Classes are relaxed and informal and all are welcome regardless of age and experience. You won’t have to enrol on a whole course as you pay just £9 each time you come and you won’t need to bring anything as everything you need is provided. But be warned....once you start you won’t want to stop! Looking forward to seeing you.

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Rehome Your Wedding Gear Think about it! We all squirrel our lovely clothes away after a wedding; dress, shoes, tiara, veil, mother of the bride outfit, bridesmaid dresses etc etc. The Princess Alice Hospice shop, 17, High St, Shepperton, has a dedicated boutique selling donated wedding and prom outfits. It is incredible what beauties you can find there. Needless to say, with prices from ÂŁ50-250, it is a popular place to look for outfits. Therein lies the problem. They are down on stock! Please look in your wardrobe and ask yourself if you really are ever going to do anything with it. If not, you know that you are helping an amazing local charity to support people when they need it at the end of their days.

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Gardening Matters Totally Tropical The ‘greenhouse effect’ is an environmental hot topic. And it’s true that despite the grim winter of 2017-18 we’ve generally been experiencing milder conditions in recent years. I’ve certainly started to experiment with more exotic plants. It’s a little risky; one hard winter can wipe out a tender specimen. But between now and September there’s every chance that many tropical plants will survive if planted out in our gardens. They need a sunny sheltered spot, like the one you would choose for petunias, tobacco plants and rose beds. Try Cannas. They have luxuriant broad spear-shaped leaves, which can be deep green, purple or even striped with orange or yellow. They produce vibrant flowers which look like gladioli but better! Or how about planting scarlet dahlias like ‘Bishop of Llandaff’, which also sports attractive bronze foliage. A big clump of African marigolds provides a blaze of fiery colour. Or try tender perennial salvias in colours which range from magenta through to scarlet and deep purples and blues. They won’t survive the first winter frosts but they an easy to propagate from shoot-cuttings which can be over-wintered in a cool greenhouse ready for the following spring. Verbena bonariensis produces tall wands of dainty lilac flowers. They self-seed freely, which is great if you consider that a bonus in a plant (I do) but maybe avoid this one if self-seeding bothers you. To advertise call Monica on 07979 808991

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You could even try a banana plant. The variety “Musa Banjo” is wonderfully architectural, and though it does not produce fruit it will create impact. Plant in a large pot and let its fan-like leaves create fabulous shadows on the patio. It hails from Japan originally and loves sunshine, but it is hardy to -6C so perfect for the suburban UK climate. Do note that in winter the leaves naturally die back and turn brown. I thought I'd killed mine the first year, but the leaves grow back quickly in the spring. The Honey Bush (Melianthus major) is a terrific half-hardy foliage specimen with its 50cm long grey-green deeply serrated leaves, which look as though they’ve been cut with pinking shears. Some of these plants will survive a British Winter with protection but it’s probably best to treat your ‘tropical’ border as a temporary display. Experiment and have fun creating your very own suburban rainforest. Happy Gardening, 57

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What’s On - Shepperton & Laleham Don’t forget ! Shepperton Residents’ Association AGM & Open Meeting. VILLAGE HALL, High Street. 8.00pm. Tuesday 26th June 2018. Ask Questions - Air your Views on current issues !! Your local Councillors will be present to help you with the answers – where possible. Halliford Women's Institute meet the first Tuesday of every month except August in Halliford village hall at 7.30pm until 10pm.New members always welcome so if you fancy some company, tea and cake and exciting days out please pop in. For more information phone Joyce on 07928434206. The Probus Club of Shepperton for retired business and professional men meets on the first Tuesday of each month to hear a speaker followed by lunch . In May we heard a talk entitled “The Story of LEO” . We welcome new members; please telephone 01932 223814 or 242372 The Think Parrots Show and exhibition which is now in its 7th year will be taking place at Kempton Park Racecourse, Staines Road East, Sunbury-on-Thames, Middlesex, TW16 5AQ, on Sunday 10th June 2018, 10am to 5pm, and will include three free Masterclass sessions, delivered by top avian experts, as well as free-flying bird demonstrations by a top UK bird trainer and a microchipping special offer by a well-known avian veterinarian. Do you love your community? Could you make a difference? Do you have 16 hours minimum to spare per month? Joining us as a Special Constable (Volunteer Police Officer) could be the perfect challenge for you! By joining our police family, you will bring skills and experiences from your lives to help us make Surrey the safest county it can be. You will make a real difference in Surrey by reducing crime - and the fear of crime - across the county, whilst gaining unique experiences that you are unlikely to encounter anywhere else. The deadline for applications closes on Monday, 11 June 2018.

Sponge Fingers Playgroup for 0-4yrs and families. Every Thursday in term time, 9.30-11am, Shepperton Village Hall. £3 per family including loads of toys, dressing up, craft, singing, a healthy snack for children and refreshments for adults. Parking on site or High St. All welcome!

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More What’s On - Shepperton & Laleham Shepperton Horticultural Show would like to welcome everyone to their 67th Annual Summer Show on Saturday, 16th June in Shepperton Village Hall. The doors open to the public at 1.30 and the prizes will be presented by Trio Pharmacy at 3.45p.m. This year there is a new attraction….. A Scarecrow Competition. Let’s hope that there are lots of entries in both the show and the Scarecrow competition. We would like more people to be involved in this local village event and details can be found at Why not build a scarecrow with your friends or bake a cake? There are four classes for children ten and under and they love to take home their cups and medals. As well as horticultural classes , there are classes for flower arranging, baking and preserving. Even if you are not interested in showing, would you be interested in helping with the running of the two shows? We really need some more younger members to keep this going. For the first time this year , we have permission to serve teas outside as well as inside. Let’s hope for a lovely day. See you at the show. Shepperton Allotment Association - enjoy gentle exercise, fresh air, fresh home grown produce and a great community at Shepperton village allotments. Plots now being let. For further information, please ring or text 07968 834301 Middlesex Food Festival. Kempton Park Racecourse Sat 14th July. Food and Drink stalls. Experience flavours from around the world and shop in our Marketplace where traders from near and far will be showcasing their products and taking orders.10am7pm Tickets will be £9 on the gate. Early bird tickets are available from £5. Kempton Park Staines Road E Shepperton Sunbury Middlesex TW16 5AQ Sat 14 Jul 2018 Contact telephone: 07739176419 Thameside Quilters meet on the 3rd Friday of the month at the Greeno Centre. You don't have to be a quilter to come along! First visit free. Any queries call Shirley 01932 789430 Kids Come First® is a support forum for Separated Parents and a unique workshop of child-focused teaching material with guidance & advice for successful coparenting. Parents can attend a group workshop separately or book a private session to attend together in Hampton (TW12). Call 07789497275 or email us: For more info 61

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June 2018 Shepperton Matters  

The free monthly community magazine for Shepperton and Laleham

June 2018 Shepperton Matters  

The free monthly community magazine for Shepperton and Laleham