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November 2016

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Welcome! This month we bring you stories of Shepperton of old. Remember The Hovel? Wow, what a place that must have been. We bring you another story also from behind the scenes at Shepperton Studios. As we do so, it is worth pointing out that there is a course at the studios next February aimed at youngsters who are interested in film. See inside for details. We also of course reflect on those who lost their lives in conflict in our community as we approach Armistice Day, and look at how the event came about. Another stunning topical cover from local girl Amy Hannaford-Cooper. We bring you more about the buses. Have you had your say yet? Do read up on the latest and make

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A Local Victoria Cross Holder 4 Gravel Extraction & More Waste 6 The Meaning of Armistice Day 8 Save Our Buses! 10 Meeting the Prop Master 15 Chance for Youngsters to Learn Film 18 Why Spelthorne Bought BP 22 The Hovel 25 Recipe of the Month 28 A Spiritual Awakening 30 Eco Park News 32 Shepperton Residents Association 38 Pharmacy2U - Beware! 41 Charlton Village Residents 43 Gardening Matters 45 What’s On 47/48 Advertising Rates/Deadlines 54

Advertising / Editorial : Monica Chard Telephone: 07979 808991 Email: monica@villagematter s.co.uk www.villagematters.co.uk Shepperton Matters is a member of the Village Card scheme Front Cover: “Poppies” by Amy HannafordCooper. Winner at the Shepperton Fair Photographic competition 2016 Please ‘like’ us on Facebook. www.facebook/ Sunbury&SheppertonMatters

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A Local Victoria Cross Holder By Nick Pollard In this month of Remembrance, I thought I would share the story of a former Sunbury resident who won the Victoria Cross, the Nation’s highest award for gallantry in the face of the enemy, and almost incredibly, survived his ordeal. Jack Thomas Counter was born in Blandford, Dorset, on 3rd November 1898. He served as a private in the 1st Battalion, King’s Liverpool Regiment, and on 16th April 1918, when he was just 19, he carried out the acts of bravery which earned him the V.C. The citation stated that “It was necessary for information to be obtained from the front line, in which the enemy had effected a lodgement. The only way was from the support line along a sunken road, and thence down a forward slope for about 250 yards with no cover, in full view of the enemy, and swept by their machine-gun and rifle fire. After a small party had tried unsuccessfully (the leader having been killed and another wounded before leaving the sunken road) it was thought that a single man had more chance of getting through. This was attempted five times, but on each occasion the runner was killed in full view of the position from which he had started. Private Counter, who was near his officer at the time, and had seen the five runners killed one after the other, then volunteered to carry the message. He went out under terrific fire and succeeded in getting through. He then returned, carrying with him the vital information with regard to the estimated number of enemy in our line, the exact position of our flank, and the remaining strength of our troops. This information enabled his commanding officer to organise and launch the final counter-attack, which Please mention Shepperton Matters when responding to adverts

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succeeded in regaining the whole of our position. Subsequently this man carried back five messages across the open under a heavy artillery barrage to company headquarters.” Jack Counter left the army in 1921 with the rank of Corporal, and was married that year to Ada Vauvert, a girl from Jersey. After going to live in her native island for a while, Mr and Mrs Counter moved to Sunbury in 1925, where he became a postman in Sunbury Common. The couple lived with their daughter at 46 Cavendish Road, and when interviewed in 1930, was said to be the youngest living V.C. in England. A shy man, it took him 18 months to get a council house, and he was living in two rooms until a local resident took up his case with the Council. The reporter noted how few local people knew that the man delivering their letters was a hero! He regularly attended the Armistice Day parades, but his reticent nature meant that he did not actually take part. The couple later returned to Jersey, but it was while visiting relatives at Blandford that Jack passed away in 1970. His ashes were interred in Jersey, and his V.C. is on display there. ‘The War of the Worlds’ is the subject of the next meeting of The Sunbury and Shepperton Local History Society, marking the 150th anniversary of the birth of its author, H.G. Wells. Sunbury and Shepperton both feature in the story. It takes place on Tuesday 15th November at Halliford School, Russell Road, Shepperton, starting at 8pm. All welcome, admission £2 to non-members.

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Be Aware. Gravel Extraction Plans as well as MORE waste!

You may be aware of the plans for Watersplash Farm. Proposed extraction of concreting aggregate from the site together with the erection of processing plant and associated mineral infrastructure. It will involve the provision of a new access from the Gaston Bridge Road/Green Lane roundabout. This will cause many problems and degrade our environment here in Shepperton, but think also about the hundreds of motorists crawling (if they are lucky) along the A244, from the M3 bridge towards Walton Bridge. It is often static outside along Gaston Bridge Road. These motorists probably have no idea of the plan or what impact the potential 400 lorries a day will have on making this traffic even worse. The site will operate from 7.30am to 5.30pm weekdays and 8.00am to 1pm Saturdays, with lorries departing from 7.00am. Work is expected to go on for SIX years!!! Please write or email Surrey County Council now quoting ref: SCC 2012/0173 Watersplash Farm. Address: Alan Stones, Planning Development Control, Surrey County Council, County Hall, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, KT1 2DY. Email: MWCD@surreycc.gov.uk. In addition, we have heard that Surrey CC are reviewing their waste plan. Information is on their website: surreycc.gov.uk/newwasteplan. Paper forms are available from libraries or by calling 0300 200 1003. Residents are being invited to comment before November 25. The website is not very informative. In particular, it specifies that the sites being considered will not be revealed until after the commenting period. The consultation is on the website: surreysays.co.uk. Residents might like to register in advance specifying that Shepperton has had more than its share of pollution from waste disposal and that we would strongly object to any further proposals. Beware, the survey is quite long and annoying. Make sure you complete the section stating your objection. That is the most important one!

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The Meaning of Armistice Day The first Armistice Day was held at Buckingham Palace, commencing with King George V hosting a "Banquet in Honour of the President of the French Republic" during the evening hours of 10 November 1919. The first official Armistice Day events were subsequently held in the grounds of Buckingham Palace on the morning of 11 November 1919. This would set the trend for a day of Remembrance for decades to come.

Armistice Day London 1918 In 1919, South African Sir Percy Fitzpatrick proposed a two-minute silence to Lord Milner. This had been a daily practice in Cape Town from April 1918 onward, since being proposed by Sir Harry Hands, and within weeks it had spread through the British Commonwealth after a Reuters correspondent cabled a description of this daily ritual to London. People observe a one or more commonly a two-minute moment of silence at 11:00 a.m. local time. It is a sign of respect for, in the first minute, the roughly 20 million people who died in the war, and in the second minute dedicated to the living left behind, generally understood to be wives, children and families left behind but deeply affected by the conflict Similar ceremonies developed in other countries during the inter-war period. In South Africa, for example, the Memorable Order of Tin Hats had by the late 1920s developed a ceremony whereby the toast of "Fallen Comrades" Please mention Shepperton Matters when responding to adverts

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was observed not only in silence but darkness, all except for the "Light of Remembrance", with the ceremony ending with the Order’s anthem "Old Soldiers Never Die". In Australia, the South Australian State Branch of the Returned Sailors & Soldiers' Imperial League of Australia developed during the interwar period a simple ceremony of silence for departed comrades at 9 p.m., presumably to coincide with the traditional 11:00 a.m. time for Armistice ceremonies taking place in Europe due to the ten-hour time difference between Eastern Australia and Europe.[citation needed] Veterans in New Zealand have used silence to pay homage to departed comrades in general at veteran functions, as the toast of "Fallen" or "Absent Comrades" In Britain, beginning in 1939, the two-minute silence was moved to the Sunday nearest to 11 November in order not to interfere with wartime production should 11 November fall on a weekday After the end of World War II, most member states of the Commonwealth of Nations, like United Kingdom and (as Canada in 1931), moved most Armistice Day events to the nearest Sunday and officially began to commemorate both World Wars. They adopted the name Remembrance Day or Remembrance Sunday Other countries also changed the name of the holiday just prior to or after World War II, to honour veterans of that and subsequent conflicts.

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Save Our Buses! By Monica Chard, Editor Our mailbag (or modern day email in box) was bulging with concerns, complaints and general clamour for more information following our piece on the withdrawal of bus services last month. As well as the 556 and 557, we must also of course mention the 458. It means that links with Ashford and St Peters and Heathrow will be hugely affected. These services are immensely important transport links to residents of Sunbury, Shepperton and Laleham. We gave details of the link where you could protest but several of you said you could not get it to work.

In early September, Surrey County Council and Abellio issued a joint statement about proposed changes. Abellio has run the service under contract and with substantial financial support from the Council. Abellio wanted to get out of the contract which apparently they are able to do. This decision was solely Abellio’s. Surrey County Council meanwhile have committed to finding an alternative service. Abellio were going to stop at the beginning of September but a further payment by Surrey CC of £120,000 the closure of the service has been put off until 31st December 2016 to give Surrey CC time to sort the situation out. It is important to stress that it has never been suggested that these services would be disappearing completely. The council recognises the potential impact on many bus users along Please mention Shepperton Matters when responding to adverts

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with hardship that could result if key strategic bus services were to be just abandoned. For this reason, the Council are leading the process to obtain new operators for the services. Plans for this are being formulated and engagement is being launched with all bus companies currently approved by the Council for running supported bus services in Surrey, in advance of discussions. The outcome of course is unclear, but it is expected that there will be public engagement from mid-autumn in terms of what the new arrangements will be. Any updates will be published in due course on www.surreycc.gov.uk/buses and final service details are also expected to appear in printed form and be distributed from around early December so watch out for that. On the subject of transport, Spelthorne Council recently took delivery of four new assisted transport buses. The Council spent £218K purchasing the new Spelride vehicles which are specially designed for passengers with mobility problems who struggle to use public transport. Cllr Maureen Attewell, Cabinet Member for Community Wellbeing, said: “Spelride vehicles are adapted with lifts for wheelchair users and people with walking difficulties and provide a life-line for elderly or disabled people. The service helps people to stay independent and get to places such as the shops, the doctor, the community centres or to see their friends. The new vehicles are absolutely fantastic and I think people who use the service will really notice the difference.” The Spelride service is available Monday to Friday between the hours of 9am -11am and 2pm-4pm for transport to the community centres in Spelthorne, and 11am-2pm for journeys to other places such as the town centres. There is an annual membership fee of £20 and fares cost £4 per journey or £7 return. To lodge your protest against withdrawal of routes go to: http://petitions.surreycc.gov.uk/stop-bus-cuts/

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It’s Childs Play

Imagine mixing the magic of a birthday with friends, together with active play and you’ve got a ‘best day ever’. Even better if you know that this facility is available to you on your doorstep, in Shepperton. We are talking about Fresh Kids Children’s Parties, in the Fresh Sports Centre, at Thamesmead School, Manygate Lane. Parties are available all weekend from Friday to Sunday for children aged 3 to 12. Themes include Roller Disco, Football, Sports Stars, Disco and Partytime – a lovely mix of bouncy castle, organized games, free time play and the ever-popular Rope Swing … a sure-fire way to burn some energy and build up an appetite for birthday tea and cake! Whether you’ve got a pirate or princess, a gang of 50 or a gathering of 10, parties are professional, entertaining, safe, easy to arrange and suitable from pre-school age. Parties are created as a package for you to include decorations, tables, chairs and music. There’s an option to book quality catering too – where everything is homemade and freshly prepared with 3 choices of menu options to ensure your party is unique. Fresh take away the stress of putting together your event and they even clear up afterwards! All-in-all a stress busting solution to a children’s party! You’ll also receive a complimentary £15 beauty voucher to spend at Fresh Beauty, with every booking. So what are you waiting for? For details call 01932 225953 or see the ad opposite.

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Meeting the Prop Master! By Monica Chard, Editor We are loving having a peek behind the scenes at Shepperton Studios. Not on set, you understand, but what goes on in the making of a film. Last month we brought you a piece on Motion Capture and the role it plays in blockbusters. This month we are talking props with Prop Master, Barry Gibbs (No, not that one!) Firstly, what are props? Props are the property in a film. All the things you might see, from a pen to an umbrella to a jet and everything in between. Props might be things that already exist, sometimes hired from specialist suppliers, to things that are mythical and have to be hand crafted. With technology these days, 3D printing also offers a new avenue to facilitating the creation of props, with less requirement for hand crafting. (The compass in the Golden Compass for example, was generated by 3D printing, but hand finished by a skilled artist who painted all the figures on it).

Thames TV. Barry describes his role as turning the artistic dream into reality. He works with the director, set designer and decorator, production designer and camera man to physically express their style and aesthetic requirements. His job does not cover costumes or weapons. (There is such a role as a weapons master – maybe we can cover that another time). He will also work with the script supervisor and continuity during production. Props can be hired, or sourced from the likes of Kempton Antique Market. Barry has seen a lot of changes in the industry since he started. Now is the age of freeze framing. We can scrutinize every moment of a film. There has to be a great eye for detail, continuity and getting it right so that the magic of the film is not spoiled. ‘Dr Strange’, due out shortly, is a case in hand. Barry spent time with neuro and orthopedic surgeons to understand the medical instruments and machinery used in these professions to create authentic scenes in the film. Many of the Marvel films are made at Shepperton Studios. Barry describes these as very bespoke. Producers want to be unique and surprise viewers. On Guardians of the Galaxy there was a team of 90 prop makers working on creating unique props. Thor’s hammer, Mjolnir, was created specially, with decorative etching made by a jeweler. A film like this represents a kind of ‘history meets hi tech’ challenge.

The Prop Master is responsible for purchasing, acquiring, manufacturing, properly placing, and/or overseeing any props needed for a production. Barry Gibbs has been working as a Prop Master since 1985. He had started as a stage hand at Pinewood Studios but moved to props when he was only 21 for a two week stint and never looked back. He was a Prop Master within 3 years and his first production was on ‘Danny Champion of the World’ for

We asked about skills and qualifications needed to get into working in props. Although grads are taken on, there is again an emphasis on interest and a genuine desire to work in film. It helps to have CAD knowledge and they need also sculptors, metal workers and painters. But it is equally important also to be able to work well in a team, have an interest in people and demonstrate common sense.

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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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Chance For Youngsters to Get into Film

The BFI Film Academy is once again coming to Shepperton. Applications are now open for young people aged 16-19 to take part in a fabulous week at Shepperton Studios during the half term week of 13th-18th February 2017. Are you an aspiring Writer, Director, Camera Operator, Art Director, Actor, Editor, Sound Recordist or Producer? Do you already make videos or write scripts? Do you have your own YouTube channel? Would you like to work with other talented people to make a short film for the big screen? Young people will have a chance to learn about all aspects of Filmmaking, from script to screen, including a tour of the Studios, practical workshops with camera and editing equipment, the opportunity to shoot a short film and meet guest speakers from the Film Industry. BFI Film Academies aim to give a diverse group of young people the opportunity to develop new skills, obtain a qualification and explore a career in the film industry. The BFI Film Academy programme is a key part of the BFI’s Film Forever five year plan to support the future success of UK film. There are only 20 places available and competition is bound to be fierce so do you have what it takes? You can apply online at www.resource-productions.co.uk DEADLINE MONDAY 12TH DECEMBER (MIDNIGHT). Interviews will take place in early January 2017.

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Why have Spelthorne Council Bought the BP site?

Yes, it is not every day we hear that our borough council have forked out £32 million on something. Our immediate reaction may well be to balk at it and wonder how they can do that when (as some see it) they don’t invest in basic amenities for residents. However, on closer scrutiny, it seems to make a great deal of sense. Central Government is pulling its metaphorical belt in and as a result is withdrawing funding given to local boroughs. It is having a devastating effect on the coffers, so when we hear about the council selling property etc, there is a genuine reason for doing so. What the BP deal represents, is a way of making money by borrowing money. The purchase of the BP site has been funded by a loan, borrowed at a very low (fixed) interest rate. The site is being leased back to BP, who have committed to remaining as a tenant, at predetermined rents for the next 20 years. The net result is a profit every month for Spelthorne Council, which will help plug the gap left by the withdrawal of funds by the government. Cllr Ian Harvey, Leader of Spelthorne Borough Council and Sunbury resident said: “Securing the Council’s financial stability is our highest priority and after exploring several options and taking advice from a number of independent experts, we are confident that this forward-thinking agreement represents a very sound investment for Spelthorne. It will be key in helping us to close the budget gap and protect the vital services which our residents and businesses need and deserve. We have had an excellent relationship with BP for many years and we are very pleased to be working with them on this exciting initiative. ”

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Christmas Day at The Greeno FREE Community Christmas lunch

Christmas Day 10.30am-3pm Greeno Centre, Glebeland Gdns, Shepperton Are you young or old, single, a couple or a family and are facing Christmas alone or in difficult circumstances or would like to get involved with something different on the 25th December?

Three course lunch and entertainment provided Booking Forms available from The Greeno now Guest or Volunteer - find out more details Call Caroline 01932 247255 /07775 901035/ carolinebutton2006@yahoo.co.uk To advertise call Monica on 07979 808991

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The Hovel - The World’s Craziest Restaurant By Monica Chard, Editor Following our piece on the closure of the Shepperton Wine Bar and Grill recently, we were contacted by a local reader whose mother, Stella Smith, had told her stories about a previous incarnation. Mrs Smith had often visited The Hovel in the late 1950s and early 60’s. I had heard of The Hovel, but it was great to find out some more about the “world’s craziest restaurant”, which was even featured on a Pathé news clip. The name ‘The Hovel’ was boldly displayed on front of pub but was written back to front. It had a fake spider hanging over it. Already you realised you were not going for an ordinary night out. Venturing inside this was confirmed as the décor resembled a cross between a taxidermist, a museum f the macabre and the shed of a crazy inventor. The story goes that the landlord Tom Leonard (or Len as he was known) a retired sailor from the Norwegian Merchant Navy, bought the restaurant in 1937 and decided to display some of his accumulated bits and pieces from his travels. In looking around the establishment he discovered 20 human skulls in the attic (no explanation of where they came from) and decided that the dark and unusual theme might be rather a draw. He set about creating a unique and crazy restaurant where the food was not the main attraction! It became very popular with the stars of Shepperton Studios apparently, and I have heard several stories from locals about wind machines placed strategically so as to vent skirts, seats that were toilet seats and intercoms on the tables where you could listen in on your neighbours. A huge lion skin was nailed to the ceiling. Not just any lion. It sprouted two huge horns from its head and a human hand hung from its mouth. The place was littered with the skulls and invigorated with the addition of electric wires criss-crossing to bring exhibits to life. Thus the hand protruding from the lion’s jaws would wave at diners and you were never quite sure what to expect. To advertise call Monica on 07979 808991

In another room a walnut tree grew through the centre of a table and was festooned with lights as well as an alligator and a stuffed owl. It rapidly became the place to nail your visiting card, autograph or club tickets. People would send postcards and documents of interest which were also displayed and provided fascinating reading matter. The Pathé film clip shows a couple sitting at the bar. Len, the landlord walks in wearing a gas mask and places some smelly cheese on the counter. Apparently he had a 13 year old cheese as well as a piece belonging to Garibaldi, which was occasionally sampled. No wonder his buy line was “If you bring it up, bring it back”!!! Do you remember it?

The Hovel, outside and inside. Many thanks to the Sunbury & Shepperton Local History Society

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Recipe of the Month Smoked Cod Chowder - An Easy, Tasty Supper

Ingredients

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25g / 1 oz butter

Melt the butter in a large saucepan over a low heat. Ad the onion and celery and fry gently, stirring frequently for five minutes, until soft and golden, but not brown.

1 onion - finely chopped 1 small stick of celery - finely chopped

Add the potatoes, carrots and water. Bring to the boil then reduce the heat and simmer for 10 minutes or until the vegetables are tender.

250g / 9oz potatoes - diced 55g / 2oz carrots - diced 300ml / 10fl oz boiling water

Add the fish and cook for a further 10 minutes.

350g / 12oz smoked cod fillets—skinned and chopped into chunks

Pour in the milk and heat gently. Taste, then season with salt (if required as the fish can be quite salty) and pepper.

300ml / 10fl oz milk

Ladle into warmed bowls, garnish with parsley and serve with crusty bread and butter.

Salt and pepper Parsley to garnish

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A Spiritual Awakening By Monica Chard, Editor

I have experienced many interesting things during my work at Village Matters. When I was invited to visit a psychic though I was not at all sure what to expect. I have little knowledge about what such an experience might entail and I will confess to being somewhat sceptical. It is, after all, outside my life experiences. Molly Ann Fairley is a psychic and spiritual coach. She has clients all over the world. Modern technology and communication allows her to deal with clients by phone, email, webinars and Skype. She consults either on a one to one basis or in groups and describes the group experiences as very powerful. She discovered her ‘calling’, if that is what you want to call it, in her thirties. She had been working in a normal office, doing a normal job when her life took her in a different direction. She started yoga which lead her also to start meditation and she went on to study hypnotherapy. What she uncovered in so doing, even surprised her. She found herself experiencing past lives and seeing things that rather disturbed her. What she described to me was like a spiritual awakening, answering a calling and discovering a greater power. Yes, you could liken it to a religious experience and when she helps her clients, it is with the help of the ‘spirit’. What happened during my visit to meet Molly was indeed strange. I had been asked to specify a problem in my life that I needed help with. She can help people sort out personal problems, work related, financial etc. From my point of view, there was little that I felt was wrong, so had not pre briefed an issue. But for the sake of research I did tell Molly about an issue which related to someone close to me. I was quite astounded at how astute the detail of this person, their issue, their personality and relationships were. Please mention Shepperton Matters when responding to adverts

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Molly seemed to be consulting with the ‘spirit’ and getting details and answers for me which no one could just guess. It was uncanny and the sceptic in me would not have believed it. So my advice is be open minded and you never know what might happen. Molly Ann Fairley will be at the Holistic and Mystic Show at Kempton Park 19th and 20th November. She will be offering FREE Healing Workshops in addition to Spirtual Coaching Sessions, clearing any blocks surrounding a plethra of areas: money, work, love life, ambition and even slimming are only a few areas in which Molly Ann can help. As one of the UK's most well-known Psychics and Spiritual Healers Molly Ann has over 25 years experience in quickly helping people achieve direction in their lives. Author of ‘You can be Psychic Too’ and Director of The School of Psychic Studies, Molly Ann teaches psychic development and healing workshops to a global audience and currently runs a series of successful workshops, webinars and one to one sessions as well as producing a selection of Audio Downloads and products to help you on your journey. The number of people (including celebrity clients) who have benefited from Molly Ann's unique expert approach to psychic healing has steadily grown over the years. Molly Ann has made a number of appearances on TV and radio and articles on her work regularly appear in health and spiritual magazines such as Top Sante, Chat, My Weekly, Kindred Spirit, Take a Break's Fate & Fortune, Spirit & Destiny and in both the British and Irish national press.

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Eco Park News

Karen Howkins, (SATEP) The Eco Park continues to grow at an alarming rate. No doubt many are surprised by the size that it is. With Surrey CC granting Planning Permission for extended external works and 24, hour internal works, this will cause an acceleration in its growth. In addition to this they will be submitting another Planning Application for approximately 40 amendments later this year or early next – details have yet to be formalized on this. What has been formalized is the charging at the CRC as well as staff wearing body camera’s, should there be any problems. However when you read part of this email that I received from a pensioner it appears that all is not well with the charging system;I went to dispose of my 3 grow bags (which cost me £2 each) only to be told I had to pay £4 each to dump these, as I had already thrown 1 bag of soil from my pots in my garden in the bin which I also pay for!! In addition, from a Charlton Lane Liaison (CLG) Meeting we were informed that there are vacancies on this Committee following the resignations of long standing members. We appreciate that this is a long standing project and that many members have been on the committee for years and that a lot of catching up would appear to be needed. All I can say is that there are vacancies that need filling this can be either done by technically minded or like-mined people like myself and other committee members who are just interested in the Eco Park what it is and how it effects, our lives and those that live locally. Please if you are interested contact any of the members of SATEP and they will inform you of what is involved and help you, as we need more representation from residents on the committee. Thank you once again for your support.

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Spelthorne WI Group Meeting 2016 The event was held at St Hilda’s Church Hall Ashford. Stewards from Greenefielde WI greeted members as they arrived. Helen Hurst, Laleham WI introduced and welcomed Susan Whitworth, Chairman. After the opening WI tradition singing Jerusalem, the Chairman talked about the change in status of Middlesex Federation to include “C.I.O”. There will also be a photographic competition and winners will appear in copies of the WI Magazine. The 2 minute reports were presented by Ashford WI who won 2nd prize in Spelthorne in Bloom for their upkeep of the War Memorial, and Bedfont Belles whose fund raising activities included walking, knit and natters, Macmillan coffee morning and providing “trauma teddies”. Hilary Osborne a retired BBC announcer, gave an interesting and often amusing account of her experiences as a travel guide in Britain and Europe. Chris Dunne and a guitarist entertained the group with country music after refreshments provided by Stanwell WI. The vote of Thanks was offered by Ashford WI. Winners of the competition for a Rainbow, organised by Sunbury Village were 1st Jill Lord (pictured right), Stanwell WI, 2nd Anne Furst, Laleham WI, 3rd Alison Lane Halliford WI. Flowers from the stage, provided by Halliford, were included in the raffle organised by Bedfont Belles. The evening was concluded with traditional singing of the National Anthem.

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Shepperton Residents’ Association By Richard Hewitt Shepperton residents have continued to enjoy the news that, in a recent large survey, we were said to be the 6th happiest place to live in the country. However, that position has been affected recently by some significant antisocial behaviour in the High Street and the Greeno Recreation Ground. To address that our local Police have agreed to a meeting on Thursday 27th October in the Greeno Centre to answer concerns from residents and explain what they are doing about it. We hope that this meeting will be worthwhile for both residents and the Police. After the floods of 2013/2014 residents will recall that steps were taken to plan to alleviate future problems with the creation of the River Thames Scheme which aimed to reduce flood risks to homes and businesses from Datchet to Teddington. We will be having a member of the Environment Agency at our Open Meeting at 8:00pm in the Village Hall on Tuesday 8 th November in or der to update r esidents on the plans and progress to date. We understand that Cemex has addressed the water contamination and flooding problems which had been identified in respect of the proposal to extract gravel at the Watersplash Farm site. Therefore, the planning application has now been re-submitted to Surrey County Council and will be considered by the Planning and Regulatory Committee in due course. Meanwhile, we aim to identify our concerns to the Committee, particularly those relating to the expected large HGV movements. Sheep Walk continues to be a problem, with the main concern continuing to be the unauthorised occupation by caravans. The caravan site is spread across both privately owned land and Highways England land which has complicated the legal processes to achieve the caravans removal. However, other problems are the unauthorised dumping of contaminated material, and the clearing of fly tipping and ditch rubbish. However, some Please mention Shepperton Matters when responding to adverts

good news, as the Borough Joint Enforcement Team, in conjunction with the DVLA, has ensured that 7 cars parked at the roadside have been clamped due to being untaxed. Work continues apace at the Eco Park, particularly on the Anaerobic Digestion plant, which, when in operation, will process food waste to produce power for the National Grid and fertiliser for farms. Additionally, work is continuing on the foundations and walls of the gasification building, with equipment including the boiler to start being delivered. There are occasional days when members of your Committee can be seen outside Budgens to answer your queries and listen to your comments. I hope that this will have been well supported on Saturday 29th October.

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Laleham Remembers‌ Remembrance Sunday November 13th.

Gather at Laleham War Memorial at 10:45 for the laying of wreaths, words of remembrance and minutes silence. There is always a large crowd for this sad occasion and various local groups and councillors will be in attendance. The road will be closed for a short while the service is in progress.

Light Up Laleham! - Sunday 29th November 2015

All Saints Church and the Laleham Residents Association would like you to wrap up and join us as we launch the Christmas season with family, friends and neighbours! Gather in the churchyard of All Saints Church just after 6pm and enjoy a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie. There will be a brief, candlelit advent service inside the church if you wish, perhaps a few fireworks(!)and the Laleham Christmas lights will be turned on at 7pm. Whatever the weather everyone is welcome for this brief bit of Christmas fun!

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We received a concerned email from a reader and thought it worth sharing with you. You may well have seen fliers from a company called Pharmacy2U. It promises a nice and easy solution to getting your prescriptions. There are two problems with this: 1) your local chemist needs all the business it can get, including your prescriptions and 2) Pharmacy2U is not all it seems to be. We looked them up online and found quite a bit of information relating to the company and the illegal sale of customer data. This is an extract: Recently the Information Commissioner's Office fined Pharmacy2U, the UK's largest online pharmacy company, a total of £130,000 for illegally selling customer details and breaching the Data Protection Act. Pharmacy2U - which is 20 per cent owned by EMIS, the single largest provider of GP IT systems across England - offered information about customer names and addresses for sale through an online marketing list company.The details were purchased by a number of other organisations with questionable records. Those included a health supplements company that has been cautioned for misleading advertising and an Australian lottery company subject to investigation by Trading Standards. An ICO investigation found that Pharmacy2U hadn't given customers any indication that it intended to sell their private details and that the customers hadn't provided permission for the information to be sold. That meant Pharmacy2U was in breach of the Data Protection Act. "Patient confidentiality is drummed into pharmacists. It is inconceivable that a business in this sector could believe these actions were acceptable," said ICO Deputy Commissioner David Smith. So be aware and to be on the safe side, use your local chemist! Many thanks to the reader who alerted us to this shameful activity. We get enough scam calls and junk mail!

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I would like to start this resident update with a BIG THANK YOU to Longacres Garden Centre who have once again helped us out. They supplied us with 3 new planters in the Village along with copious amounts of plants to fill up the various planters that are dotted around the Village, at a greatly reduced rate, so some of the refund from the hanging basket money was put to good use. On Thursday 11th November we are making a presentation to 1St Littleton Brownie and Guides for the £500 that we raised across the summer for them. We have just delivered our Autumn newsletter to all the homes in Village, and for those that haven’t seen it there is a copy of it on our Website where we put regular up-dates - https://cvra.co.uk . As well as on our Facebook Page - Charlton Village Shepperton residents Group. In addition to this Stuart has opened a small-business Facebook Page - Shepperton Business Directory - where we are encouraging local small businesses and one -man bands to put their details. With Autumn upon us and all the beautiful tree colours that that brings we will soon be into Christmas and Winter. To mark the start of Christmas, CVRA will be putting up our Village Christmas Tree on the weekend of the 4th December, which will hopefully be the beginning of our Village Christmas celebrations. We have other things that we are currently organising and hopefully these will all come together, engaging all ages, as well as our Festive / Christmas House Competition which was won last year by newbie entrants from Hetherington Rd. If you have any queries please send us an email to cvramessages@gmail.com and we will gladly answer any queries, and if joining the committee appeals to you please contact any of us on the newsletter and we will help. Karen Howkins Charlton Village Residents Association 41karenhowkins@gmail.com Please mention Shepperton Matters when responding to adverts

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Gardening Matters This Month - Hedges Garden boundaries are emotive subjects. There have been any number of feuds between neighbours over this very issue down the years and the main cause of aggro seems to be the humble hedge. Actually, in spite of the improvements in fancy fencing panels over the years, there really is nothing nicer than a well kept hedge. Suburban hedgerows not only soften an otherwise built-up landscape, they provide a lifeline for the wildlife which lives in towns and cities. Hedges provide shelter, privacy and - if chosen for fruit and flowers - food. Even the much maligned Leyland cypress has a part to play. It can provide a brilliant buffer against traffic noise for a start, and will screen unsightly views very quickly. Unfortunately it can easily become an out-of-control monster if left unchecked. Some have reached 36m/120ft! The trick with Leylandii is to remove their tops about 1m/3ft before they reach the desired height then clip them twice a year: once in April, once in September. This keeps them looking very smart but makes them rather high-maintenance hedges. Fortunately there are many slower growing hedging plants which don’t require such intensive care. On the whole, it’s best to choose a hedge which is in keeping with the style of your house and the area in which you live. So smart Victorian terraces look great fronted by

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What’s On - Shepperton & Laleham Send info on local events to info@villagematters.co.uk to be listed here Walton Voices Come & Sing Dur ufle's Requiem, Sat 12 November , Walton Methodist Church KT12 2SR. Singers register 12.30, rehearsals 1-5, concert 6pm. Singers £10 (scores £5 deposit or bring your own). Audience free. Call 07884 348172 or email info@waltonvoices.co.uk to reserve your place. Christmas Fair to be held in Shepper ton Village Hall on Satur day 19th November 2016 between 10am and 2.30pm in aid of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI). Lots of Stalls, including RNLI Christmas cards, Calendars and Gifts, Refreshments, Raffle and Display of Model Boats. Stormy Stan, mascot of the childrens section, has promised to come along and join in the fun. To book a table or for more details please contact 01932 561437 The Laleham Players Theatre Company in Association with the Laleham Residents Association Present: “Cinderella through the Magic Mirror”. A new pantomime by Annie Roper. Directed by Jo Bartlett. Thu 1st Dec – Sold Out! Fri 2nd Dec – Sold Out! Saturday 3rd Dec – Sold Out! Tickets remaining for Wednesday 30th November. Please phone the box office on 07545 131448 to book your seats! Performances at Laleham Village Hall, The Broadway, Laleham – Tickets £12.00 / £6.00 Big Tree Night. December 14th fr om 6.00pm. Shepper ton High Str eet. Hold the date! Staines Horticultural Society Floral Art Group. Next meeting on 23rd November is a demonstration by Susan Tausig entitled Christmas Cocktail to be held at Grovebarns, Park Avenue, Staines starting at 7.30pm. For more information contact Anne Hart 01932 564835.

Spelthorne Choral Society Autumn Concert. 7.30pm Satur day November 12th at St. Peters Chur ch, Laleham Road, Staines TW18 2DX ETERNAL LIGHT (Howard Goodall) MISSA IN TEMPORE BELLI (mass in time of war) (Joseph Haydn) CONDUCTOR:- Sean Bui ACCOMPANIST:- Lindsay Bridgwater TICKETS:- £10 online & Box Office. £12 on the door (Accompanied under 16's free) Box Office:- 0208 9412512 (evenings)

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What’s on - Shepperton & Laleham Send community events info to info@villagematters.co.uk Sunbury & Shepperton Local History Society, Photo Exhibition at Sunbur y Libr ar y, Saturday 19 November 2016! 1st Shepperton (St Nicholas) Scout Group ar e holding a family photogr aphy day on Saturday 19th November in the Scout HQ . fr om 10am to 4pm. Pr ofessional photogr apher is coming and costs only £50 for a 15 minute slot and all photos to keep or reproduce as you wish. Non refundable deposit to secure your time slot. Contact scouts@btinternet.com or call 01932 566994 for more details or to book. Registered Charity Number 305794 SHEPPERTON RESIDENTS’ ASSOCIATION OPEN MEETING 8.00pm Tuesday 8th November 2016. Village Hall. Please come along and air your views / concerns about all things Shepperton to your Residents’ Association Committee and attendant councillors. Have your say in the discussion … Don’t be Shy …. Come on by! The St Nicholas Church Winter Fair will be held at Shepperton Village Hall on Saturday 12th November fr om 10.30am to 1pm. A classic village treat including Big Prize Raffle, Mystery Bags, Bottle Tombola, Toys, Cakes, Bric-a-Brac, Guess the Weight of the Cake and even Letters to Santa! Entry is free. SPELTHORNE CHORAL SOCIETY r ehear se ever y Monday evening dur ing ter mtime 7.30- 9.30pm at Our Lady of the Rosary School, Park Avenue, Staines. Very friendly atmosphere and no audition required, just a love of singing Choral Music. Our Conductor is Sean Bui and Accompanist Lindsay Bridgwater. All information via the website at ;- www.spelthornechoralsociety.com or call 07527 155443. Staines Musical Theatre Group presents “A Countdown to Christmas”, Sunday 4th December, United Chur ch of Egham, High Str eet TW20 9HP. A compilation of carols, songs and humour to get you in the festive spirit. Performances 2.30pm and 6.30pm. Tickets £10 (£8 concessions; £25 family ticket) including mince pie and mulled wine. Bookings 01784 605 805 (www.smtg.org.uk) Sunbury Working Artists ar e holding their Winter Exhibition in the Or anger y at Squire’s Garden Centre, Halliford. Thursday 17th November-19th November 10am-5pm each day. Sunday 20th 10am-4pm. As well as our regular Sunbury artists we will be welcoming some guest exhibitors. Entry is FREE so do come and join us for a browse or to buy. Cards and works for sale. 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 October we had a talk called " The History of Crosswords ". We welcome new members; please telephone 01932 223814 or 242372 Laughing Chili Comedy Club is hosting a Cabar et Special at the River side Ar ts Centre, Sunbury on Saturday December 3rd. Show 8.30pm. Tickets from www.laughingchili.co.uk. Please mention Shepperton Matters when responding to adverts

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