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May 2016

Issue 56

Welcome! We have officially wished HM a happy birthday so we catch up with local slate sculptor Stephen Kettle and hear about his royal projects and recent work which is amazing. The summer season of fairs is round the corner. Have you booked stalls? The Shepperton Fair, Staines upon Thames Day and Laleham Fairs are all coming up in June and may still have room if you hurry. Otherwise just make sure you get along there and join in the fun. Spelthorne in Bloom is launching this month too. The committee is keen to see more riverside gardens enter into that category, so if you live by the river, why not spruce up your garden and enter. Wedding season is also here in earnest, and the prom season with it. This can be a costly time, so why not

May 2016 head down to the Princess Alice Hospice shop in Shepperton High St where they have a dedicated area to prom and wedding dresses. Yes really. It is full of wonderful goodies and you will be supporting a great charity with your purchases.

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Prize Fighting in Shepperton By Nick Pollard British boxing has been high profile in recent the beginning of each round, or lose the months with Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury match. As each round continued until one man in the headlines. How about Shepperton? was on the ground, and the number of rounds In his book ‘The History of Our Village’, was unlimited, these contests could continue published in 1867, William Schaw Lindsay, for considerable amounts of time. Lord of the Manor of Shepperton between An exceptional day was Saturday 27 April 1857 and his death in 1877, relates that the 1805, when three major fights took place at village was for some Shepperton. In the first, Henry years the scene of riotous Pearce ‘The Game Chicken’, behaviour due to its beat the mighty 6ft 3½in tall popularity as a venue for Carte, alias ‘the Great Cart’, of illegal prize fighting, or Birmingham in 25 rounds, bare-knuckle boxing. giving him what was described The usual venue was the as ‘a terrible milling’ despite Range, a piece of being shorter and lighter than common land between his opponent. Next Tom the Chertsey Road and Belcher beat O’Donnel, ‘the the river. This site was celebrated Irish hero’, in picked because, being fifteen rounds. Finally, Samuel close to the river and Elias, known as ‘Dutch Sam’, hence the boundary despite being described as between Middlesex and unprepared and inebriated at Surrey, those involved the start of the fight, overcame could make a quick exit Britton of Bristol, in a Ned Turner was another famous to the next county if the pugilist who fought at Shepperton. He marathon bout of 30 rounds. local magistrates arrived Huge sums were wagered on defeated John Palmer, known as to break up proceedings! Scroggins, in a punishing hour and a these fights, and afterwards half long contest of 39 rounds in In fact so many of the local men came forward to October 1817, for a purse of £50. gentry attended that a fight for smaller purses, often ‘blind eye’ was often in the Church Square. turned by the authorities. Lindsay states that on the day of a big fight, ‘The Chocolate Kitchen at Hampton the local roads would be clogged with all Court’, will be the subject of the next manner of ‘carriages, stage coaches, carts, meeting of the Sunbury & Shepperton waggons and vehicles of every kind.. and Local History Society. The talk by when the fight was over, the pencil of a well-known food historian Marc Hogarth… would fail to portray the scene of Meltonville will take place on Tuesday demoralisation which ensued’ (the artist Wil17 May at the Theatre of Halliford liam Hogarth was famous for his depiction of School, Russell Road, Shepperton and scenes of debauchery such as ‘Gin Lane’ and commence at 8pm. All welcome, £2 for ‘The Rake’s Progress’). non-members of SSLHS A ring was marked out, and a yard square box marked out in the centre. Each fighter had to come ‘up to the mark’, or ‘up to scratch’ by th


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Bridal Fashion in Shepperton

A wedding is a wonderful, happy occasion, but it can break the bank. If you are wanting to dress for a wedding without spending a fortune, help is at hand in Shepperton High Street. You may not think of the Princess Alice Hospice shop when shopping for wedding wear, but this place is well worth a visit. As well as the usual stock of pre-loved goods, clothes, furniture and homeware, the shop in Shepperton has been designated the destination for all things prom and bridal. Upstairs there is a little haven of delights. Racks of satin, silk and frills. All the PAH shops will filter donations of wedding and prom dresses and they will all end up in Shepperton where you have a great choice. As well as Prom dresses and wedding gowns, there are hats, accessories, veils and outfits for the mother of the bride. We looked through the collection of quality dresses and they are priced to sell, with labels from as little as ÂŁ50 up to around ÂŁ200. There are some quality items. The launch of the new service was great fun, with hats being modelled, local violinist Lisa Rollin glammed up and playing some beautiful melodies, and local school girls acting as live models in the shop windows. Princess Alice Hospice Shop, 17 High St, Shepperton. Tel 01932 223983

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Spelthorne in Bloom 2016 Launches

It’s hanging basket time again! Spelthorne in Bloom is an annual competition encouraging people who live and work in the Borough to take pride in their local environment. You can either enter the competition or sponsor one of the many hanging baskets which will you will see in the borough. There are 11 categories to choose from, including best kept front garden, best kept public house and best hanging basket. There is the opportunity to win vouchers or prizes in this free-to-enter competition, but it is the taking part and embellishing our community that it the most important, so why not join in. The Annual Competition is run by the Spelthorne in Bloom Committee, and is free and open to all residents, businesses, schools, churches and licensed premises within the Spelthorne Borough boundary. The committee is very keen this year to see more entries for the Riverside Garden category, so if you like by the river in the borough, get your garden blooming and do get an entry form. Judging will take place from early July through August and winners will be announced at a ceremony at Shepperton Studios in September.

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The baskets, (which are supplied by Spelthorne Council), cost ÂŁ112.00 for a large size. This incudes watering and maintenance for the whole season and they should be splendid all the way through to the end of October - so they do have long term benefit. Why not sponsor a basket and see how it blooms over the summer. Baskets can be sponsored directly with the council. or call 01784 446411


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Shepperton Slate Sculptor and Friends By Monica Chard, Editor Stephen Kettle is not a regular sculptor as such, but creates art out of tiny chips of slate. Over the years he has had numerous high profile commissions and his work had been championed by none other than James May of Top Gear fame. His most recently piece to be unveiled is of First Sea Lord Admiral Sir George Zambellas (see below). The level of detail in the facial expression is quite uncanny. Remember that every tiny nuance is created by stacking slivers of slate. This piece took 8 months, working morning until night. Stephen works from the bottom up, using photos to help with facial expressions

Stephen Kettle has not always been an artist or sculptor. Having spent 15 years as a plasterer after coming out of the Royal Navy, he pursued his unique slate art very much as a hobby, exhibiting in small shows, until the fateful day when the phone rang. The caller was keen to find out if Stephen could create a life sized statue and could he email a photo to show that he could create a likeness. In calm panic, Stephen explained that of course he could and yes, photo would be sent shortly. The calm panic was down to the fact that Stephen had never done anything like it, but with the prospect of a commission for a statue for the London Science Museum, paid for by a US billionaire, this was not going to stand in his way! Stephen took a week off plastering and set about sculpting his own face in tiny slate chips. He put off the billionaire with stories of internet problems, but always with the promise that he would deliver. Deliver he did, just one week later, and the commission for a statue of the spitfire designer R. J. Mitchell was his. He never looked back! The word “slate” comes from the old French verb “eclater”, to split. Stephen takes blocks of 500m year old Welsh slate and literally splits them into To advertise call Monica on 07979 808991

slices. These slices are broken down into coin size pieces and then tumbled in a cement mixer to soften the edges. He then assembles them using an adhesive of his own creation. The whole process is laborious and precise, but Stephen loves it. His works are in many public and private collections and his most celebrated piece is the statue of wartime code breaker Alan Turing which is permanently housed at Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire. The statue comprises of 500,000 individual pieces of stacked slate, with 200 pieces in the shoe laces alone. The piece took 18 months to create and has won numerous awards. So now that his latest piece has been unveiled and has been well received, Stephen can crack on with his next commission which is a double portrait of HRH Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall and due for completion in November. What does the future hold for Stephen? It seem that the sky is the limit. How about that fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square? Now there’s an idea!

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New Lease of Life for Active Living

Exercise of what ever sort is said to be good for us all, no matter what our age or our level of fitness. The Greeno centre is one place locally which actively encourages activity. Following an appeal for funds to support OPAL, (Older Peoples Active Living), at the Greeno Centre, Shepperton. Councillor Colin Barnard approached the Waterfall Masonic Lodge at Chertsey Masonic Centre. The Worshipful Master, W. Brother Andrew Hendy, proposed a donation of ÂŁ200 to the OPAL charity. The Cheque was presented on the Lodge's behalf by Councillor Colin Barnard, to the centre manager Pat, during one of the class sessions in early April. The funds are to be used to pay for professional class teachers to introduce the elderly and infirmed users to movement that is suited their particular needs. This includes sitting down exercises and the use of hoops etc. which will be purchased using some of the donated funds. It is mainly gentle musical movement for the elderly and also gives members the opportunity to meet others and inter react. Yes it is fun at the same time as getting a bit of exercise and get Cllr Colin Barnard presents a cheque for ÂŁ200 on behalf of the limbs moving. the Waterfall Masonic Lodge to Pat White at the Greeno

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Restaurant Review Ivory Tusk, Shepperton

Mr C and I do love a good curry. Over the years we have frequented many good establishments, but had not until recently visited the Ivory Tusk. I know...we should have, and now we will make up for lost time! I had read a review on TripAdvisor which simply said “sublime”. I was intrigued to see if this could be possibly be true, so off we went, with a big appetite. Our table was booked for 7pm. Usually that means we arrive before the rush and have time to talk to staff. Not so this time. The restaurant was already full and there was a great buzz. What I noticed straight away is the diverse clientele. There was a table of two girls having a catch up, a group of lads out celebrating a birthday, a family with young baby, and an older mother and daughter. This restaurant clearly knows how to offer something that will appeal to a wide audience. The décor is modern, with bright paintings on the walls and halogen lighting. There were fresh roses on every table. There is a huge choice on the menu so we started with the ubiquitous poppadums and a cold beer while we contemplated. I opted for one of my favourites, prawn puri. What a good choice that was. The puffed pancake was light and airy. The prawns were king size and sweet and light as anything. There is

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always the fear of prawns being overcooked and becoming like bullets, but this was far from the case. This dish was indeed sublime! Looking through the menu, Mr C had spotted a dish which brought back happy memories of spicy breakfasts in Goa - A Dosa. Admittedly it was not the Masala Dosa of our memories but it was a delicious dish. A light rice pancake stuffed with succulent diced lamb. Mr C was a happy man.

We were seated at the back of the restaurant which gave us a great vantage point to see the procession of sizzling and aromatic dishes coming from the kitchen. We could also see what neighbouring tables were enjoying. I fancied the plate of crispy onion Bhaji which the next table was sharing. It was a different interpretation but seemed to be going down well. When it came to choosing main courses I was somewhat overwhelmed. Manager Musa Rashid decided there was only one course of action, and it was to get me to sample multiple dishes. (At that point I wished I had put on some looser clothing!) For those of you who may want a little of several different dishes, a great choice is the Thali. There is the option for both meat Thali or veg Thali. I had the meat choice. The Thali is presented on a tray and served

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with three meat dishes, rice, naan, salad and a raita. The selection of meat curries was a chicken tikka masala, lamb bhuna and tandoori mixed grill of kofta, lamb and chicken. Mr C is the aficionado of chicken tikka masala. I tend to go for something with more spice, but this version was different. It was not a gloopy sweet concoction, but a sophisticated and interesting dish with multiple layers of spicing and flavours. There was a touch of mango followed by a warmth of spice and the chicken itself was moist and succulent. I would have been happy to eat a whole portion of this, and that is a first for me. Mr C said it was the best version of the old favourite that

he had tasted. Needless to say, it is also a firm favourite of the clientele of the Ivory Tusk. The lamb Bhuna was also good, but what I found outstanding was the tandoori chicken. It just has to be moist and tasty and this was both. Not overcooked, not dry, but falling off the bone and with a seriously good coating of spice that had my taste buds jumping. The cucumber raita was just the thing to calm that down, together with a few mouthfuls of soft fluffy naan bread. There were still numerous other dishes to be tasted remember. Mr C had chosen the chicken Dansak which he was very happy with. A light, fruity sauce presenting a medium spice and soft chicken. Our other main was Gosht Kata - strips of lamb marinaded overnight in spice and served with in a rich gravy of garlic and ginger. Fab! As side dishes we had Dhal Makani and Saag Aloo. We were happy with both. Dishes are freshly made from fresh ingredients and it shows. As a result, service is leisurely but efficient, leaving time between courses to build up some appetite. Staff have been with the Ivory Tusk for many years. The chef has been there for 17 years and actually trained manager Musa, who himself is in the kitchen on Monday evenings. Musa Rashid took over the running of Ivory Tusk from his father Mr Ahmedur Rashid in 1998. Musa works with passion and energy and is proud of what the restaurant has achieved. If you have not yet tried it for yourself then I highly recommend it.

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Spelthorne Civic Awards 2016 “Whilst we may not be able to directly affect the lot of many people in troubled areas, we can make a huge difference within our own communities” said Chairman Colin Squire during the opening remarks of the 2016 Spelthorne Civic Awards presentation last month. Where would we be without the many unsung The Committee, Mayor of Spelthorne and recipients of the 2016 heroes in our midst who Spelthorne Civic Awards at the Council Chambers give so much of their time for others. The 13 recipients of this years awards have a combined Clare Ford and Ann Rogers wer e both total of 400 years service to the community. recognised for their support of Ashford Hospital The Spelthorne Civic Awards were established in League of friends, running the coffee shop and 1982 and are administered by a team of trustees. A making and selling crafts to raise funds. Civic Award acknowledges dedicated voluntary Joan Lockhart was r ecognised for her wor k effort in the borough by honouring members of the with the Penrose Club, supporting people with community whom the Trustees believe have by learning disabilities. their outstanding endeavour, benefitted members of Ann McDonough is a str eet war den with the community. Shepperton Residents Association, a shop helper at And so to the recipients of the 2016 awards: David the Princess Alice Hospice shop, a committee Brown, who has oper ated a seed discount member of the Friends of St Nicholas and raises scheme for 25 years taking and placing orders in money herself for breast cancer. bulk for seeds and thereby getting the best value he David Pope has over the year s been the backcould for local gardeners. bone of the Spelthorne Tree Volunteers and has David and Corinne Charmock have wor ked started a tree nursery at Laleham park. tirelessly for Carers Support Spelthorne and latterly Lesley and Malcolm Robertson have given years with Sunbury Neighbours, which helps locals withof support to the Hope club which supports stroke out transport to access hospitals, doctors or shop- sufferers. ping and social activities. Voluntary service is selfless and whilst hugely David Courtney is a familiar face to many. As appreciated, often goes unrecognised publicly. well as being a long term committee member of These awards are an opportunity to celebrate what Shepperton Horticultural Society, he is a driving is good in our community and hopefully set an force behind Spelthorne in Bloom. example to others. As Audrey Hepburn famously Kathy Crawford was on the Shepper ton Village said once “You have two hands. One for helping Fair committee for 6 years. She has been a 1:1 yourself and one for helping others” supporter for Care in Shepperton and been a driver Look out for information on nominations for the and Duty officer for them. She is also on the comCivic Awards 2017 later this year. Meanwhile if mittee of Cameo, helps in St Nicholas Church and you want to volunteer there is information on a works in the Shooting Star Chase shop. She has range of organisations needing your help at more than 25 years of volunteering. Marian Davies has under taken year s of fund raising for Shooting Star Chase who over the years have raised £500,000. Marian is also an active volunteer for Care in Shepperton. Please mention Shepperton Matters when responding to adverts


Could You Be A River Dragon? Entries are now open for the Staines-upon-Thames Day Dragon Boat Challenge taking place on Sunday 26 June 2016. Teams of up to 16 rowers plus a drummer are invited to race for the Dragon Boat Challenge Trophy and a cash prize of £500 for the charity of their choice. Each team will enjoy a minimum of 3 races over the 250m course with the fastest 4 teams going through to the finals. No experience is necessary and any age from 16 – 99 can take part. First held in 2015 the challenge saw six teams competing for the trophy and a cash prize of £250. Thrashing it out in the final saw Ascot Lloyd Financial Services beat The Bell’s Buccaneers who then went on to donate their cash prize to one of the other teams, the Berkshire Vision Sharks – a team of visually impaired rowers. This year the 1st prize has increased to £500 and with an added 2 nd place cash prize of £250, both to be donated to the 1st and 2nd place winner’s chosen charities. Superbly organised by the Hurricanes Dragon Boat Club and assisted by the Staines Boat Club, the Staines-upon-Thames Day Dragon Boat Challenge adds a bit of competition, fun and excitement to the day as well as a fabulous opportunity to raise awareness and funds for local causes. You can enter your own team and raise funds for the charity or community group of your choice or you can join one of the two Staines-upon-Thames Day teams raising funds for the new Staines Boat Club Boathouse or CREST Cancer Support, the Staines-based charity enhancing the lives of cancer patients and their carers in Runnymede, Elmbridge and Spelthorne. There is a small entry fee per person. For more information visit

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The Purple Angel Prepares to Fly

Big congratulations to SDS for putting on a right rocking evening to raise funds for Dementia support. It was held at the Jubilee Centre and by all accounts was very professionally done. (Sorry I missed it. I was recovering from a charity bike ride which hugely impaired my ability to dance!) The fund raising continues. SDS joined with the Rotary of Staines for a Jazz evening at St Peters Church recently. One of the Purple Angels, Jean Saunders has also just braved the skies doing a tandem sky dive at the end of April. She was in good company. Cathy Francis, the outgoing Mayoress of Spelthorne, and son Matthew took part too. I usually see Cathy in her Mayoress chains and smart dresses, so this is quite a departure from her usual style. Due to our deadline we were unable to bring you photos in this issue, but will update you next month. Well done team! This is all in aid of raising money for Dementia support, which is sadly plaguing so many in our world today. If you can donate anything to help these fund raisers on their way, then every little helps. You will find them on Just search for Jean Saunders and you will find her sky dive page. Mayoress Catherine Francis, Matthew Francis Donations can be made for several weeks yet. and Jean Saunders at the Mayors Ball

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Kwasi’s Brexit Local residents had a chance to hear our MP’s views on the forthcoming referendum. There is no secret that Kwasi Kwarteng is backing an exit from the EU at the June 23rd vote. Shepperton Village Hall was full of locals, many who had concerns or questions for Kwasi. The meeting was chaired by Sir Ivan Lawrence, local resident and former MP himself. Kwasi spoke eloquently about his reasons for backing Brexit. He then took nearly 20 questions from the floor and tackled a certain amount of difficult interjections from attendees. If you did not get the chance to attend this meeting or to ask a question, he will be holding another local meeting at Ashford on Friday 6th May, 7.30pm, St. Hilda’s Church Hall, Ashford

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Photo Competition, Stilt Walker, Parade...It must be the Shepperton Village Fair With just over a month until the Shepperton Village Fair, it is all getting exciting and the Village Fair committee are burning the candle at both ends in preparation to make this year one to remember. How are the outfits coming along for the theme of Colourful Carnival? Have you been selecting your photos for the photography competition, sponsored by Shepperton Matters? You could have your photo featured on a future cover. Forms are both online and will shortly be available at Budgen’s. You can also upload photos so please just visit and don’t miss out. You could be a winner! We have the Mini Marvels miniature horses confirmed as the main Arena event. How cute is that! There will be also be dance displays, a stilt walker, a circus workshop, the climbing

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wall and a large petting farm, not to mention all the local stalls and exhibits. If you need a stall there is still space. Just visit the website. In case you have not got the date in your diary - Saturday June 11th

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Recipe of the Month Five Greens Lasagne Lasagne with a Springtime twist Crush the cloves of garlic into the pan and fry until soft but not too coloured (burnt garlic is bitter). Snap the woody ends from the asparagus and discard. Finely slice the remaining stems asparagus into 1.5cm pieces. Break the broccoli into small florets of a similar size and add both broccoli and asparagus to the pan with a splash of boiling water from the kettle. After five minutes, add the peas and broad beans along with a pinch of salt and pepper. Stir well. Roughly chop the mint leaves then add them to the saucepan along with the cream. Grate in the zest of the lemon to taste. Serves 2-4 depending on appetite.

When the vegetables are soft, use a potato masher to mash some of the filling to create texture. Add the vegetable stock; bring to the boil before lowering to a simmer and adding half the cottage cheese.

Preparation time 15 minutes Cooking time 20-30 minutes. Ingredients:

Give everything a good stir and cook for a few more minutes.

A bunch of spring onions Few anchovies in oil (optional) 3 cloves of garlic 175g asparagus 175g broccoli 250g frozen peas 150g frozen broad beans Handful fresh mint 150ml single cream 1/2 lemon (zested) 150-200ml vegetable stock 250g cottage cheese 1 packet lasagne sheets (dried or fresh) Parmesan cheese Fresh thyme (or a pinch of dried thyme)

Preheat the oven to 200째C. Take the vegetables off the heat and spoon around one third to a half of the mixture into a deep lasagne dish (approx dimensions 20cm x 15cm). Top with a lasagne sheet and a generous grating of parmesan cheese. Repeat the layers of vegetable and lasagne sheets until you have used all of the filling and then top with a final sheet. I prefer less pasta to filling so use fewer layers but it works as well with three layers. Mix the remaining 250g of cottage cheese with a splash of boiled water and then spread over the lasagne.


Sprinkle over the thyme along with another good grating of parmesan and a final drizzle of olive oil.

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Bake in the oven for around 15 minutes until the topping has browned. Serve immediately with a green salad.

St Nicholas Church Awarded Lottery Lifeline

Nearly five years ago we were alerted to the serious condition of the south transept of the church. The gable wall, facing south, was pulling away from the roof and adjoining walls, and was in danger of eventual collapse. Looking at various possibilities of raising money for such a project, we discovered that the Heritage Lottery Fund supported causes that would preserve the heritage of a building. Given that the present building is 400 years old, there was clearly mileage in this possibility. In 2013 we made our first application but it was rejected. We were told that there was nothing inherently wrong with it but they had to draw the line in awarding their funds. Seeking further advice, we discovered that there should be more stress on the benefits for the community as well as the church. We applied again in 2014 and successfully passed Phase 1. Although that success was a major hurdle, we could not take Phase 2 for granted, so we continued to work on the application. What was especially required for them this time was an Activity Plan – something that would be put into operation as soon as the repair was finished. We devised a film festival that would take place in the church. This would partly reflect our strong historical heritage and also link with the film industry which has been part of Shepperton for many years. The application went in at the end of November. We are delighted to report that we have been awarded a grant of around £75,000, the majority of the cost of the repair.

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Eco Park Update

The Eco Park is continuing to grow at an alarming rate. However, this rate is not as quick as initially anticipated, and as we told them the underground water table is proving to be a problem. At the Charlton Lane Liaison Group Meeting on the 13 April where we were informed of the re-scheduling of the Piling. This is once again delayed until May running through to August once again across the summer were we will be inflicted with the constant drilling and thumping noise from the site. This time it will affect the residents in Upper Halliford and Sunbury significantly. They have ceased trade waste to the site (on the 14 th April) thus reducing the amount of traffic into the site for which we as residents are thankful for. However, the reason for this is that they are starting work on the Gasifier hence the demolish of the large existing building, thus giving rise to a reduction in residential use area on the site. This also ties in with the reduction in Public Opening Hours, and the charging system that will be introduced later in the year. On addition to this they are putting in yet another Planning Application only this time it’s for a temporary increase in operational hours for Lorries. They are also doing a Web Update with a new newsletter there will be no hard copies unless you have requested that and are on their database, we hope that this will change but at present this is the plan going forward, which is not an acceptable situation to many residents of the area. Thank you once again for your support. Karen Howkins (SATEP)

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Update from the Laleham Residents Association

The Laleham Residents Association exists for the benefit of all Laleham residents, to protect the beauty and integrity of Laleham, support local charities and safeguard community interests. Our AGM will be held at the Lucan Pavilion, Laleham Recreation Ground, Friday, June 3rd at 7pm. We ur ge all member s and r esidents of Laleham to attend to hear about the events we have in store for you this year. We will be launching a new membership drive and proposing a fresh constitution for the LRA confirming our dedication to all things Laleham. There will be an update on our efforts to reduce speed limits in the Village and Surrey and Spelthorne Councillors will be there to field your questions. We will also be joined by our MP Kwasi Kwarteng who will address local issues and answer your questions. During May the LRA will be raising funds for Hanging Flower Baskets throughout the Village. These ar e supplied and maintained by Spelthor ne Council but ar e funded pr ivately by our residents and subscribers. If you would like to contribute, please contact us using the details below. Laleham Open Gardens is on June 18th – More info in the next issue of Shepperton Matters Laleham Village Fair is on July 2nd - More info in the next issue of Shepperton Matters Registered Charity No: 262220 Please Join us! Membership just £5.00 per household. Please contact:- The Membership Secretary, Ferry Lane House, Ferry Lane, Laleham TW18 1SP Email Or find us on line at

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Shepperton Residents’ Association Local residents were very disappointed that the plans for a new care home on the old Bradbury Centre site in Manygate Lane were approved by the Borough Council Planning Committee on 6th April. Although the applicants had amended their plans, after review with residents, there were still concerns over the height of the building, which will accommodate 78 residents. With a provision of only 23 parking spaces residents were also concerned that the parking situation in Manygate Lane would deteriorate further.

uals. Both the County Council and the Borough Council continue to monitor the site and will take further legal action as considered necessary. Whilst changes have been made to the opening hours at all Surrey’s Community Recycling Centres, we wait to learn what charges are going to be made in respect of certain types of waste material. Meanwhile work continues on the building and fitting out of the Charlton Lane Site. Richard Hewitt

The owners of the Anchor Hotel revealed plans to convert the site into six homes at a recent public consultation meeting. It is understood that the hotel has suffered from poor financial returns for some years and therefore the owners have been looking at a number of alternative options for the site. Whilst some local residents were impressed with the broad proposals for the hotel’s conversion, there were many others who regretted the proposal given the hotel’s history and its location in Church Square. At present, it is very early days before any planning application is prepared and submitted to the Borough Council, with the stated intention of the owners to take account of the views of the Council and residents. In due course, the Association will review and consider any such planning application put forward for any alterations to the Anchor Hotel site. The illegal occupation of land in Sheep Walk continues to cause concerns. The issues are very complex, with several pieces of land owned by different individPlease mention Shepperton Matters when responding to adverts


Laleham Village Fair To Be Opened by Eastender Laleham Village Fair, organised by the Laleham Residents Association, will be taking place on Saturday 2nd July. Entry is free from 11.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. at the Recreation Grounds on the Broadway, Laleham, TW18 1RZ , opposite the Turks Head pub. The Fair will be opened by local resident and popular TV actress, Nina Wadia, of 'Eastenders', 'Holby City' and 'Goodness Gracious Me' fame. Centre stage will be the ever popular Dog Show, the Dream Catchers dance and drama group, Touch Rugby demonstration, Tug of War and many more activities for all the family and entertainment and fun for the children. Music during the day will be from The Chris Dunne Country and Western Band, there will be pony rides, Classic Cars, an inflatable castle and a wide range of stalls and food & drink outlets as well as participation from Burway Rowing Club, Laleham Sailing Club and Surrey Canoe Club. For those still wanting to take a stall at this year’s event, or for more information on the day, please check out the LRA website at or phone Gerry Morris on 01784 455264

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!

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Following on from the joint meeting be- And we look forward to welcoming as tween Surrey County Council and many residents as possible, to the AGM. Spelthorne Brought Council on the 14th March it was approved that the Speed Thank you Limit along Charlton Lane would be increased to 40MPH. Whereupon the Residents AssociaCharlton Village Residents Association tion requested a meeting with all AGM our local Councillors both Borough Charlton Village Hall and County to try and express our Hetherington Rd Charlton Village Thursday 26th May 2016 utter frustration at the ongoing trafStart 7.30pm – 10.00pm fic problems that we endure in this area, and try to get a plan in place Pre Meeting Refreshments to move forward. The meeting with Cllr Richard Walsh (County) Cllr Maureen Attewell / Cllr Richard Smith-Ainsley (Borough), was very productive. We hope that we have found a way forward and that with the actions that has been agreed upon we will move on from this exasperating situation, that has been ongoing for years with little or no resolution.

Approval 2015 AGM Minutes Speakers – Monica Chard – Village Matters Invited Councillors – Update on Charlton Village Refreshments Chairman’s Address Treasurers Report Resignation & Election of Committee 2015 / 16 Any Other Business / Questions Post Meeting Refreshments and Informal Conversation

We have been promised White Entry Gates into the Village from the New Road end along with additional road markings.

Regards Karen Howkins Chairman Wendy Jackson Secretary and Communications Shivali Mathur Treasurer

It was also agreed that at the AGM they will give a full briefing on this, for which we are grateful.

Stuart Boyle / Adrian Corti / Kevin Cowan / Howard Jones Richard Kennedy / Sarah Squire / Denise White

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Why We Need Bees By Sally Pemberton

I’ve kept bees in Shepperton migrated onto Apis melliffor 28 years. Looking at bees era, the European honeybee getting on with things as they via beekeepers. have for 65+ million years, The irony is that we depend hearing their buzz with the on the bees for our own roar of the M3 half a mile survival. We can live withaway gives a certain perspecout honey but we can’t surtive on bees and humans! vive without bees pollinatShepperton is a great area for ing much of the food we eat. bees to live because there is Did you know that all the plenty of forage for them in commercially grown tomathe large undeveloped areas toes you eat are pollinated around the lakes and by the by bumble bees? rivers, and there is little intenHow can you help bees? sive agriculture or Shepperton honey bee on borage Perhaps the best answer is monoculture. what not to do: The only shame is that beehives are not Don’t use Insecticides and herbicides in the allowed on allotments in Shepperton as they garden. Don’t pave over your garden; there used to be, because they pollinate the variety are plenty of low maintenance, bee friendly of fruit and vegetables grown there and plants like sedum and chamomile that don’t increase their yield and quality. mind footfall or car tyres. Bees are in decline, along with other pollinat- Don’t cut down mature trees – new trees will ing insects. Their problems are overwhelm- take 50+ years to replace them. ingly man-made, for instance loss of habitat: You don’t have to have wild areas of nettle bees live in holes in trees in the wild, and and bramble in your garden to attract insects. trees with holes are seen as diseased and tend Planting bee friendly hardy perennials and to get felled. shrubs is good, but in built up areas planting Loss of diversity is another reason: 97% of trees is ideal: they are a major source of forwild flower meadow has been lost, ploughed age for bees. In a built up area, they are like up to grow our crops, and flowers in parks an acre in the sky, with only the size of the and gardens tend to be limited, and many are trunk on the ground. The bees keep out of sterile and have no value to bees. Remember your way up there too. Various acers like that we have bees to thank for the existence of sycamore and field maple are good, and trees flowers: they evolved about 65m years ago to like amanchelier, hawthorn and willow. attract bees to their pollen, giving them nectar As you can see, you don’t need to keep bees in return. to help them, but gaining an understanding of Another aspect of loss of diversity is mono- these amazing creatures is a way to learn culture - bees are made to pollinate crops like something about ourselves and our relationoil seed rape for us. a monotonous diet is not ship to the environment. Bees show what’s healthy for us or bees. important in life. Insecticides and herbicides are obvious culprits, but the most common cause of death Sally Pemberton http:// of a colony are Varroa mites that kill our honeybees. They originally coexist- haiku.html ed with Asian honeybees, Apis Cerana, but To advertise call Monica on 07979 808991

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Shepperton Classic Cars Meet Again

After a great first year since launching the Shepperton Classic Car meetings, local resident Gary Critcher is starting the season of chrome, wire wheels and shiny motors again this May. The first meeting of the year will be on May 15th at Manor Park. If you have an old motor vehicle from whatever era, do bring it along. There have been all sorts seen at the meetings previously, including Rolls Royce, Ferrari, Ford Mustang, Austin Healey, Mercedes and a lot of beautiful little MG’s. You don’t have to own one of these classics to attend, just pop along to chat to owners or have a look at the vehicles yourself. You would have to pay money to go to Brooklands to see classic car collections, but in Shepperton you can do it for free. The meeting is from 10am-1pm so go along and find out what it is that makes classic cars such an addiction! for full details and for photos of previous attendees.

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Gardening Matters Bring on the Biological Warfare I'm a huge fan of biological warfare! But before you all write in to complain about my radical stance, I'm really not talking about anthrax and Ebola: I’m talking about using nature to tip the balance in favour of us gardeners. Ladybirds are my favourite biological control. They feast on aphids (greenfly) and during their year long lifespan they can scoff 5000 of them! Ladybird larvae are long and black with orange spots. They look a bit mean but don't be tempted to squish them as they are also voracious aphid-eaters. Lacewing larvae eat 300 aphids each before turning into adult lacewings and guzzling down even more, and even the much maligned wasp has a taste for greenfly so don’t be too quick to swat it with your gardening glove; it’s actually protecting your roses. The beautiful song thrush is in decline, but it loves to eat slugs and snails. Thrushes were very susceptible to slug-bait poison based on methiocarb and this was banned by the EU in 2014. The most common ingredient now is metaldehyde which is still very toxic to many garden beasts (as well as domestic animals). And slug bait is a very inefficient way to dispose of your slug population anyway, reducing it on average by just 10%.

There are many handsome ones about, though if you’re a bit of a handyman you could probably make one yourself. The big new thing in biological pest control in recent years was the arrival of pre-packed nematodes and mites. Nematodes are tiny parasites which are watered on to a problem area when the soil temperature is 10C or greater. The nematodes enter the pest and reproduce inside it, killing it in the process. When the pest dies they are then released back into the soil, ready to infect new pests. There are nematodes to target slugs, vine weevils and ants. Predatory mites are also available to target red spider mite and thrips. All of these methods have the advantage of targeting a particular pest very specifically without causing damage to the environment. Of course with organic gardening you’re unlikely to get a pristine plot but don’t despair about the odd blemish. See it as a positive sign that you care about the environment and the wildlife in your garden then repeat after me, blemishes are beautiful...

Frogs and toads are great slug-eaters, as are hedgehogs. The former can be encouraged by providing them with a tiny pond: it really doesn’t have to be much bigger than a bucket sunk into the ground.

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What’s On - Shepperton & Laleham Send info on local events to to be listed here ‘The Chocolate Kitchen at Hampton Court’, will be the subject of the next meeting of the Sunbury & Shepperton Local History Society. The talk by well-known food historian Marc Meltonville will take place on Tuesday 17th May at the Theatr e of Hallifor d School, Russell Road, Shepperton and commence at 8pm. All welcome, £2 for non-members of SSLHS Don Pasquale comes to Sunbur y - Fizzing with humour and sparkling music, Donizetti’s Don Pasquale is generally considered the finest example of Italian comic opera. Opera Holloway are a registered charity dedicated to providing audiences with entertaining and accessible productions using young professional singers and musicians. Subtitles are provided for this production in Italian. 7.00pm, Wednesday 25th May, Sunbury Riverside Arts Centre. Tickets are £20. For tickets call 07773601615 or on the website June 5th 2016. Ashford on the Map. Summer fair for the family with Essex Dog Display and over 100 stalls. June 11th. Shepperton Village Fair. Manor Par k. Mini Mar vels Miniatur e Hor ses as main arena event. From 12.30. Parade from 12.00. June 12th. Sunbury Open Gardens and celebr ations for the Queen’s 90th birthday

River Thames Society Events - May Saturday May lunch 12 noon at Toby Carvery, Old Windsor, SL4 2RR. Friday May 20th..visit to Bluebell Railway, East Sussex. Meet at Horstead Keynes Station, RH17 7BB at 10.30am. Return fare. £17.00. All events bookings through 0208 2241643 or email

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Community Matters Shepperton & Laleham Send community events info to to be listed here Sunbury Sports BOWLS CLUB – New and experienced bowlers very welcome at this friendly club situated in Lower Hampton Road, Sunbury (Cricket Club Ground). Lovely surroundings by the river. Club nights held every Tuesday evening at 6 o’clock and or Thursday evening at 6 0’clock. Come along and have a go to see if you like it – no obligation to join. Free coaching by arrangement. PS Bring a friend with you! Contact Dave Chatterton Tel: 01932 783092 or James Whelan 01932 784311 Charley Paige Trust BIG YELLOW BAZAAR. Saturday May 14th 12-5pm. Groveley Hall, Hamilton Parade, Feltham, TW13 4PJ. Adults 50p. Kids free. Raffle, stalls, activities, cakes, brica a brac. Smiley Face photo competition. Book a stall at The Probus Club of Shepperton for r etir ed business and pr ofessional men meets on the first Tuesday of each month at The Anchor Hotel to hear a speaker followed by lunch. In April we had a talk called " Grandma flew Spitfires ". We welcome new members; please telephone 01932 223814 or 242372 Weybridge Mariners Club. The club house is located on Shepper ton Lock Island and visitors are welcome The club is open on Fridays 7.30 to 11.30pm and Sunday lunch times 12.30 to 2.30pm. There is an open evening on Friday 20th May 2016. If you have a boat and enjoy boating we would be pleased to meet you: though boat ownership is not essential to becoming a member of the club. The club enjoys meeting up with other boat and sailing clubs on the river. We hold up and down-river cruises each year and many inclub events with food and entertainment. For more information contact Jim Pothecary. Commodore. 07932635733 or Club phone: 01932 267390 Shepperton Horticultural Association ar e holding their Annual Plant Sale in Shepperton Village Hall on Saturday, 14th May from 10 a.m. until 12 noon. If possible, please bring your own bag, as nobody can access plastic bags anymore Shepperton and Oatlands Scottish Dancing Club meet on alter nate Tuesday and Wednesday evenings from 8.00 p.m. to 10 p.m. in St Andrews Church Hall, Hersham Road , Walton on Thames KT12 4AA (Tuesdays) and Oatlands Village Hall, St Marys Road, Weybridge KT13 9PT (Wednesdays) for Social Scottish Country Dancing. Please come and join us. For further information please contact Barbara Dickson on 01483 728053 or email Staines Horticultural Society Floral Art Group meet monthly on Wednesday evenings. Meetings are a mix of flower arranging demonstrations and practical workshops. A small friendly club we welcome guests. For more information contact Anne Hart 01932 564835. Shepperton Allotment Association, Gr ove Road Shepper ton will have a number of vacant plots later this spring. Please contact John Child (Chairman) on 01932 245952 or email to add your name to the short waiting list Please mention Shepperton Matters when responding to adverts


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