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What’s Inside January 2015
What’s Inside in January
Stay in touch
4. Storrington Late Night Shopping!
4. Sandgate Conservation Society - January Update
5. Local groups benefit from Village Day
5. The Mary How Trust Film Society Jersey Boys
8. Storrington Conservation Society - January 15 Update
8. New Memorial Bench for Storrington
8. Rotary Club collection for the EBOLA Crisis
11. SGS ‘Jail Break’
14. January Diary
20. Out & About
24. Out & About
26. Book Reviews
28. Rydon Community College January Update
30. Pantomime Success
32. Recipe of the Month with Baking Jess
26. Volunteering for St Barnabas House
39. Grand opening at the new look Impulse Leisure Chanctonbury
41. Index
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Storrington Late Night Shopping!
Fortunately the rain held off and everyone seemed to be having a great time as the village was buzzing.
Sandgate Conservation Society - January Update
Into the New Year with all those resolutions intact.
f it’s fitness and a slight toning up that you require, then how about joining one of our work parties for a spot of
conservation work amidst out beautiful countryside ?
You will not notice the pain as you involve yourself in any of the tasks at hand, with the great satisfaction of having something to show for your efforts at the end of the morning.
All this for free including refreshments; something you won’t get at the gym that’s for sure. ‘So come on and let’s
be having you’, as someone once said, as your countryside needs you.
We are always looking for new members so if you would like to learn more about the ‘Society and it’s many
activities, then please give out Chairman, Jacinta White a call on 01798-813545. www.sandgate-conservation.
org.uk.
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Local groups benefit from Village Day
Cheque donations totalling £3,700 have been presented to a number of local charities in the community
following a very successful Storrington Village Day
event in June.
This annual event is lead by The Rotary Club of
Storrington & Pulborough District with strong support
from Storrington & Sullington Parish Council, SADCASE, Chanctonbury Lions Club and other community
clubs and groups.
The presentations gave Village Day Committee Chairman, Norman Boyland, the opportunity to say thank
you to the recipient organisations and their leaders,
many of whom are volunteers, for the work they do
with young people from the community. “It is great
Hooper and
Downer Trust
Storrington First School
to see money raised at this very popular community
event going straight back into supporting our young
people in Storrington.”
Norman also thanked the event organisers and sponsors whose help in various ways enables the committee to invest up-front in the event’s attractions.
The committee wants to see as many groups and
organisations as possible becoming involved and
exhibiting at next year’s event which will be held on
Saturday 27th June 2015. Anyone interested in assisting or taking part in the event should contact Norman
Boyland on 01798 815117 or at [email protected]
btinternet.com.
2464 Squadron
Storrington Air
Training Corps
Beavers
SPLASH
Tuesday 27th January
The Mary How Trust Film Society Jersey Boys
7:30pm - 11:30pm, Cert 15; 134 mins
The New Year presentation from the Mary How Trust Film Society will be
Jersey Boys (Cert 15; 134 mins), on Tuesday 27 January 2015 at West Chiltington Village Hall. Screenings at 3pm and 7.30pm
Clint Eastwood’s take on Franki Valli and the Four Seasons is based on the
smash hit stage show, and boasts the original Broadway cast. This is a wartsand-all biography of what co-writer Marshal Brickman describes as “a classic American story – rags to riches, then back to rags”. This film has kindly
been sponsored by Hazel Barkworth.
Tickets cost £6.00. NEW loyalty card: watch 6 films and get your 7th free! Collect your loyalty card at your next
visit. Receive your free monthly Film Society e-news – your chance to watch trailers and catch up on the latest
news. Contact: [email protected] Tickets available on the door, and from:- Mary How Trust Ticket hotline: 01798 877646 - The Mary How Trust clinic and its charity shop
- Guy Leonard Estate Agents in Pulborough & Storrington - The Card Centre, Storrington
- Cherilyn/Nisa Local, West Chiltington - West Chiltington Post Office
www.maryhowtrust.org Tel:01798 877646
At the West Chiltington Village Hall RH20 2PZ
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Storrington Conservation Society - January 15 Update
Storrington Conservation Society Our recent working parties have made good progress at Fryern Dell, clearing
overgrown laurel and other invasive plants from around the Giant Redwood, a major feature of the Dell. This has
made access easier and reveals the magnificence of the tree. This work has also involved cutting sections out of
some of the large fallen trees, enabling some of the original pathways to be returned to use. There is still much
more to be done if we are to keep the five year plan on track. Developments so far are very encouraging.
The Dell is not the only area we care for. There is The Glade, West Street Garden and Riverside Walk as well. We
will be clearing undergrowth from around the Walk during our next working party on Saturday 3rd January. We
meet at Mill Pond at 10.00am. We invite others to enjoy with us the gentle exercise involved, it’s a good way to
overcome the Christmas bulge. To take an active part in caring for our neighbourhood could be a worthy New
Year resolution, and one that is easy to keep.
Among other activities, we arrange conducted walks. The next ones are is on 14th January, 18th February and
18th March (all dates for your new diaries) starting from the Leisure Centre car park at 10.30am, led by Jessica
Jacob along Riverside Walk and ending with coffee and cakes. Just turn up for a pleasant stroll, bring a friend.
Another resolution, to relish keeping fit? For more information about all our activities, or becoming a member,
get in touch with Mick Denness on 01903 745971, or look on our website www.storringtonconservation.org.
uk/. Finally, best wishes for a fulfilling New Year to all.
New Memorial Bench for Storrington
The Rotary Club of Storrington & Pulborough District has teamed
up with McCarthy & Stone to provide a new bench for the recently opened memorial garden, situated close to the rejuvenated
Village pond in Storrington.
This bench has been carefully sited to allow those that wish, time
to enjoy peace and contemplation, in the Memorial Garden surrounds
Pippa Davies said: “This is just one of the many ways that Rotary
assists the local community and we are pleased to have worked
together with McCarthy & Stone, and the Parish Council, to complete this project.”
The coming weeks will be a very busy period for Rotary, entertaining a large group of pensioners in early January, with a film
showing of the Glenn Miller Story, at Sullington Parish Hall.
The picture shows four of those present at the handover ceremony, when Pippa Davies (seated Right), Vice-President of the
Rotary Club, and Stella Bunce, House Manager of Storrington McCarthy & Stone, (standing left), handed over the bench to
Anna Worthington-Leese, Chairman of Storrington Parish Council (seated left). Fellow Rotarians and Parish Councillors also
attended.
Rotary Club collection for the EBOLA Crisis
Storrington Rotarians were out in force on Friday and Saturday 21 and 22 November collecting for the EBOLA
Crisis Appeal.
The community responded generously giving over £800. Storrington & Pulborough District Rotary Club chipped
in and £900 was sent to help stop the spread of EBOLA which is ripping apart health services, devastating communities and destroying people’s ability to support themselves in West Africa.
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Local News
Steyning Grammar School Sixth Form College
‘Jail Break’ on Friday 5th December 2014
A great escape from Steyning Grammar School saw 200
Year 13 students released for a day of fundraising, with
the money raised going to the NSPCC in support of their
national campaign to ensure ‘Every Childhood Is Worth
Fighting For’. In advance of the big day, the Sixth Form
College Charity Committee kicked off their fund raising
by offering a car valet service to staff earlier in the week.
Members of staff were quick to book in their cars for a
wash and polish administered whilst student on-lookers
enjoyed the spectacle and were able to purchase hot
pizza from the Pizza Oven Van. Our head boy, who
works for the Pizza Oven, served pizzas straight from
the wood fired clay oven to warm the spectators, and the
owners of the Pizza Oven very generously donated their
takings to the NSPCC. The van can normally be found in
Steyning High Street car park on Friday evenings.
The annual fundraising event started early on Friday
with a hearty breakfast kindly donated by our in-house
catering department. The £1.50 charge for breakfast
went straight into the NSPCC appeal. Students were
then locked in the jails, after which they broke out and
were cheered on by fellow students in Years 10, 11 and
12. The convicts made off in a collection of brightly
decorated vehicles including large tractors and trailers,
4x4s, scaffolding lorries, pick-up trucks, a cement mixer
– and even a boat! Tracy Bravo, Community Fundraising
Manager for Sussex NSPCC, was overwhelmed by the
effort made and generosity of the students.
The convicts escaped and went on the run to Brighton,
Hove, Shoreham, Southwick, Crawley, Lancing,
Brighton, Storrington, Henfield, Burgess Hill, Haywards
Heath, Swan Walk at Horsham, and finally Horsham,
stopping on route to also collect at Tooveys Auction
House, Old Barn Nurseries and Sainsburys at Lyons
Farm. Students also visited our Lower School site, the
local Primary Schools; Steyning Primary, Upper Beeding
Primary School, Jolesfield, Partridge Green together with
Rydon Intermediate where they received a tremendous
reception from the children.
All students carried NSPCC collecting boxes and were
finally recaptured at the Bandstand in Horsham. Sixth
Form College musicians played as the students were
rounded up by their jailors.
Tracy Bravo from the NSPCC was at the school on the
student’s return to supervise the count, and she thanked
the students for their participation in the Jail Break and
for their enthusiasm in helping others on such a large
scale. Monies raised will be used to fund ongoing work
including Child line.
Total raised so far stands at £6,000, to be officially
confirmed by the NSPCC. Mrs Randall (Assistant
Head) expressed how proud the staff and parents were
of the Year 13 students who had been tremendous
ambassadors for their chosen charity and the school
in the wider community. Our students have shown
initiative, commitment and determination in making a
positive difference, learning much form the experience.
The support of parents, local businesses, community
partners and our feeder schools was hugely appreciated.
The School and students would also like to thank
Horsham District Council for again allowing us to host
the event and for their assistance with arrangements for
parking of the vehicles, and C & L coaches who very
kindly donated the use of a coach for the event.
Steyning Grammar Sixth Form College is very grateful
to the public for their generosity and many sponsors
including Nisa Local in Upper Beeding, the Little Sweet
Shop in Steyning, Spirent Communications in Crawley,
C&L Coaches, S T Cowley, and the Dudman Group.
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January Diary
The following pages show meetings, clubs and events that take place in Steyning. The diary is divided into three
sections. First are the events and meetings which take place in January. This is followed by clubs and meetings
which occur weekly and then finally a section which looks forward to the highlights of the following month. There
is something for everyone! A full and extensive list of all clubs, societies, meetings and events can be found on
our website at www.yourstorrington.co.uk
Monday 5th January
Talk: The Battle of Lewes - Storrington Museum
5:30pm - 9:00pm
The Old School, School Lane, Storrington RH20 4LL,
pay £4 on the door includes tea, coffee and biscuits.
Thursday 8th January
Charity Bingo in aid of the Mary How Trust for Cancer
Prevention - January 2015
7:30pm - 9:30pm
“Regular bingo evening in aid of the Mary How Trust
for Cancer Prevention – Thursday January 8th and on
the 2nd Thursday of every month. Only 50p entry.
Great prizes; raffle & refreshments - and fun for everyone!” Doors open 7 pm Play starts at 7:30 pm
£50 Jackpot Prize!
Storrington Village Hall, 59 West Street, West Sussex,
RH20 4DZ
www.maryhowtrust.org Click on ‘News & Events’.
Wednesday 14th January
Storrington Film Nights- “Jersey Boys”
7:30pm - 10:00pm
Film -”JERSEY BOYS” which shows the highly acclaimed Hit Musical. This is based on Frankie Valli
and the Four Seasons, with many famous songs.
Rotary Club of Storrington & Pulborough District, Sullington Parish Hall, Thakeham Road, Storrington
Tuesday 27th January
The Mary How Trust Film Society Jersey Boys (Cert 15;
134 mins) - January 2015
7:30pm - 11:30pm
The New Year presentation from the Mary How Trust
Film Society will be Jersey Boys (Cert 15; 134 mins),
on Tuesday 27 January 2015 at West Chiltington Village Hall. Screenings at 3pm and 7.30pm
Clint Eastwood’s take on Franki Valli and the Four
Seasons is based on the smash hit stage show, and
boasts the original Broadway cast. This is a warts-andall biography of what co-writer Marshal Brickman
describes as “a classic American story – rags to riches,
then back to rags”.
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This film has kindly been sponsored by Hazel Barkworth.
Tickets cost £6.00. NEW loyalty card: watch 6 films
and get your 7th free! Collect your loyalty card at
your next visit.
Receive your free monthly Film Society e-news – your
chance to watch trailers and catch up on the latest
news. Contact: [email protected]
Tickets available on the door, and from:- Mary How Trust Ticket hotline: 01798 877646
- The Mary How Trust clinic and its charity shop
- Guy Leonard Estate Agents in Pulborough &
Storrington
- The Card Centre, Storrington
- Cherilyn/Nisa Local, West Chiltington
- West Chiltington Post Office
www.maryhowtrust.org Tel:01798 877646
West Chiltington Village Hall
RH20 2PZ
Saturday 7th March
Wisborough Green Beekeeping Association - Beekeeping for Beginners
9:30am - 5:00pm
The course is suitable for those who wish to discover
what is involved in keeping bees, but will also be
suitable for those who have kept bees for some time.
It will largely follow the syllabus of the BBKA Basic
assessment, but with variations. This course is based
on over 50 years experience, not just repeating what
is in books.
Enquiries:- Roger Patterson. [email protected] 01403 790 637 or 07976 306 492
Full details at wgbka.org.uk and click on Beginners
Day Village Hall, Lower Street, Pulborough, West
Sussex. RH20 2BF
Weekly Events
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Monday
Silver Surfers at the Community Hub!
Do you want to learn the basics of how to work a
computer? West Street, Storrington.
2.00 and 4.00pm
For more information call 01903 270437.
The Rotary Club of Storrington & Pulborough
District
Roundabout Hotel, Monkmead Lane, West
Chiltington RH20 2PF, 7pm for 7.30pm.
Contact Club Secretary David Lowe, on 01403
784653.
Community Enquiry Desk
24-26 West Street, 1.30 - 4.00pm
Contact 01903 270437 or email
[email protected]
Sandgate Singers
Sullington Village Hall, 7.15pm
Contact Noreen Gazey 01903 743345.
Our web address is www.sandgatesingers.org.uk
South Downs Quilt Workshops
Beginner Patchwork and Quilting
The Old School, School Lane, Storrington, RH20 4LL
7pm - 9.30pm, 01903 745625 or email [email protected]
tiscali.co.uk, www.southdownsquilter.wordpress.com
Sullington Monday Club for the over 60s
Trinity Centre, Thakeham Road, Storrington, 2-4pm
For further information contact Chris or Margaret
Hawes on 01798 813059.
Little Footsteps Children and Family Centre
Join us for Play and Learn Together
9.30 - 11am at Storrington Club, West Street,
Storrington (behind South Down Bikes)
It's free and no booking is needed, just turn up!
For more information call 01903 270444 or email
[email protected]
Storrington & District Stamp Society
Sullington Parish Hall, Thakeham Road, Storrington
Third Monday of every month.
For more information phone: Alf Taylor on 01403
752605 or Anne Colls on 01903 742496.
Thakeham Gardeners' Club
Village Hall, 7.30pm
Second Monday in month.
Contact: Jean East 01903 745846
Storrington Table Tennis Club
Chanctonbury Sports & Leisure
Adult sessions: 8:30 - 10:00pm
For more details please visit
www.storrington-tabletennis.co.uk or contact Ian
Talmadge on 01903 745095.
Zumba Fitness
Professional Zumba instructor, Kerri Chipper
Sullington Hall - 5.55pm
Storrington Trinity Church - 8pm
For more details please contact kerri on
[email protected] or call 07540 387653
Tuesday
Raindrop Parent and Toddler Group.
Tuesday’s, Term Time, 1-3pm at Storrington Village
Hall. For further details please contact Michelle on
07759605992
Storrington Baby & Toddler Group
Trinity Centre, Thakeham Road, Storrington
10am-12pm
Little Footsteps Children & Family Centre
Little Footsteps, Children & Family Centre, 24-26
West Street, Storrington, West Sussex, RH20 4EE
Family Drop in 9.15am - 3.15am, and the toy library
is open during these times.
For more information call 01903 270444 or email
[email protected]
Hospital Visiting
Need help getting to Worthing or Southlands Hospital
to visit friends and relatives? Tuesday afternoon to
Worthing. Please ring Mike on 01903 742478.
South Downs Quilt Workshops
Beyond Beginners, The Old School, School Lane,
Storrington, RH20 4LL, 2pm - 4.20pm
01903 745625 or email [email protected]
www.southdownsquilter.wordpress.com
Storrington Duplicate Bridge Club
The Old School/Museum, School Lane, RH20 4LL
6.50-10pm Call Alan Appleford on 01903 742006 or
[email protected]
Storrington Evangelical Chapel
A warm welcome awaits you at the Storrington
Evangelical Chapel, adjacent to Library car park, each
Tuesday 10 – 12 noon for coffee, tea and a chat.
All are welcome, free. Call 01903 744328
Zumba Fitness
Professional Zumba instructor, Kerri Chipper
Sullington Hall - 6pm For more details please contact
kerri on [email protected] or call 07540
387653.
Wednesday
Little Footsteps Children & Family Centre
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Little Footsteps, Children & Family Centre, 24-26
West Street, Storrington, West Sussex, RH20 4EE
Family Drop in 9.15am - 3.15am, and the toy library
is open during these times.
For more information call 01903 270444 or email
[email protected]
West Street, Storrington, West Sussex, RH20 4EE
Family Drop in 9.15am - 3.15am, and the toy library
is open during these times.
For more information call 01903 270444 or email
[email protected]
Chanctonbury Rangers Girl Guides
Chanctonbury Leisure Centre, 4pm - 4.55pm
For details call the Leisure Centre on 01903 746070.
Ravenscroft Guide and Community Centre, Browns
Lane. 6.45 - 8.15pm.
For more details please contact Jane Fella on 07834
731622.
1st Storrington Company
Trinity Centre, Thakeham Road, Storrington
6.45 – 8.15pm
2nd Storrington Guides
Ravenscroft Guide and Community Centre, Browns
Lane, Storrington, 6.45 - 8.15pm
For more details please contact Lesley Fielding on
01903 746731 or visit www.storringtonguides.org.uk
Storrington Quilters
The Old School, School Lane, Storrington, RH20 4LL
10am to 12.30
01903 745625 or email [email protected]
www.storringtonquilters.co.uk
Millennium Bridge Club
Storrington Village Hall (on West Street near to the
Tesco Garage), 1.30pm - 4.30pm (1pm - 4pm during
the darker winter months) Call Barbara on 01903
741365 or [email protected]
Steyning and District Flower Club
Steyning Centre, 7.30pm
4th Wednesday of the month.
For more information please contact 01903 812007.
Storrington and District Museum
10am - 4pm, Tel: 01903 740188
email [email protected]
www.storringtonmuseum.org
Sullington Windmills Women’s Institute
Sullington Parish Hall, Thakeham Road
Third Wednesday in Month (2nd in December) at
7.30 pm. For more details please call Sheila on 01903
741664
Thursday
Storrington Baby & Toddler Group
Trinity Centre, Thakeham Road, Storrington
10am-12pm
Little Footsteps Children & Family Centre
Little Footsteps, Children & Family Centre, 24-26
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Junior Badminton
Different Strokes
Chanctonbury Leisure Centre in Storrington, 2 to 3pm
www.differentstrokes.co.uk
Please call Gordon Smith on 01903 740055 or
Anthony Day on 01903 744540.
Chanctonbury Lions Club
Ashington Club, Red Lion Lane, Ashington
2nd Thursday of each month at 8pm.
Contact Malcolm Biggs on 01903 743847.
Latin American Dance
Chanctonbury Leisure Centre, 8.30pm - 9.30pm
Call centre for more information on 01903 746070.
Priory Art Group
The Old School, School Lane, Storrington
9.30 to 12 noon
For further information please contact Sheila
Appleford on 01903 742006.
Storrington Circle Dance Group
Storrington and Sullington Parish Hall, Thakeham
Road, Storrington, 2.15 - 4.15pm
For more information call Sue Kewley on 01903
744929.
Storrington Table Tennis Club
Chanctonbury Sports & Leisure
Junior sessions - 5:00-6:00pm for beginners and
improvers (starting from ages 7-8), and from 6.007.00pm for intermediate and advanced.
For more details please visit
www.storrington-tabletennis.co.uk or contact Ian
Talmadge on 01903 745095.
Zumba Fitness
Professional Zumba instructor, Kerri Chipper
Pulborough Village Hall - 11am
Henfield Village Hall - 7pm
For more details please contact kerri on
[email protected] or call 07540 387653
Over 60s Fall Prevention Exercise Class
Storrington Village Hall, 2pm. £4 per class.
Exercise with friends and keep your independence.
Contact Kerrie on 01903 871 338.
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Friday
Storrington Slammers
Chanctonbury Leisure Centre, 6.30pm
For more info please call Richard on 07974 237069.
Hospital Visiting
Need help getting to Worthing or Southlands Hospital
to visit friends and relatives?
Alternate Fridays to Southlands.
Please ring Mike on 01903 742478.
Storrington Community Market
Village hall opposite Stable Antiques
9am -10.45am (except Good Friday).
Call for more information 01903 745878.
West Chiltington Badminton Club
West Chiltington Village Hall
9.30am until 11am.
Call Vivian Jones on 01798 813550.
1st Storrington Rainbows and 2nd Storrington
Brownies. Meet on a Friday evenings at the Raven-
scroft Guide & Community Centre, Browns Lane. For
more details please contact Clare Worth on 01903
368670
Saturday
Storytime at Vintage Rose Café & Bookshop
One School Hill, Storrington, RH20 4NA.
11am & 2pm
Tel: 01903 744100
Thesbies
Cootham Village Hall
10am to 11.30am
Call Rozalind on 01903 746993.
Storrington and District Museum
10am - 4pm
Tel: 01903 740188
email [email protected]
www.storringtonmuseum.org
Other Clubs
Arun-Adur Ramblers
Arun-Adur Ramblers, as part of “The Ramblers”, is
Britain’s largest walking charity. We organise weekly
walks in our area, one of which will be right for you.
Please check our website, and find a walk that is
convenient for you.
For more information, contact David Clark (Publicity
Officer).
Phone: 01903 504900
Web: www.arun-adur-ramblers.org.uk
Arun Valley U3A
The U3A is an organisation for retired or semi-retired
people providing an opportunity to learn for pleasure
in small groups and at low cost.
Groups meet in members’ homes and also in West
Chiltington Village Hall.
Information is available from the website
www.arunvalleyu3a.org.uk or email
[email protected]
Carers Drop In
24-26 West Street, Storrington (Little Footsteps
building) A carer is anyone who supports (unpaid)
someone who is ill, disabled or frail.
For more information telephone: Carers Support
Service on 01903 536378.
West Chiltington Croquet Club
Come and be introduced to the fascinating game
of Croquet at West Chiltington Croquet Club. We
provide all the equipment needed to play the game.
Experienced and beginners are welcome. Tuition
is available for beginners. We meet on Monday
mornings, Wednesday afternoons and Friday mornings
but members can play at other times. We play friendly
matches with other Clubs in West Sussex.
MEET: The Recreation Ground, Mill Road, (behind the
Village Hall) RH20 2PZ. April until end of September
CONTACT Vivienne Fryer 01 903 742 910 or email
[email protected]
Chanctonbury Sport & Leisure
JAMpacked
First Saturday morning of each month (except August
and September). If you are aged 4 - 11 come and join
us 10 am - 12 noon for a morning JAMpacked with
fun, games, Bible stories, arts and crafts and singing and it's free! Held at Storrington Chapel, North Street
on corner of library car park. For more information
'phone Margaret on 01798 873804.
Sunday
West Chiltington Badminton Club
West Chiltington Village Hall, 12 noon until 2pm
Call Vivian Jones on 01798 813550.
Storrington and District Museum
10am - 1pm, Tel: 01903 740188
email [email protected]
www.storringtonmuseum.org
Spierbridge Rd, Storrington. For information about all
fitness classes, gym and many other activities please
call in or phone 01903 746070.
English Folk Dancing
Clubs meet at Fittleworth, Worthing and Shoreham.
For details please contact Jeannie or Laurie on 01903
742542.
Horsham District Wellbeing
Feel fitter, lose weight and feel great all for FREE!
Horsham District Wellbeing are now offering physical
activity and weight management courses across the
district. 01403 215111
[email protected]
www.horshamdistrictwellbeing.org.uk
ICIS
For over 15 years, ICIS has sign-posted people of
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Pantomime success for
Storrington Dramatic Society
Graeme Jenkins triumphed once agin with his production of Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs. With a cast of
24 which featured many of the newer members Graeme’s production was another success. The show was lively
and sparkled with witty dialogue interspersed with some well known songs. The set was imaginatively designed
switching from the Queen’s castle to the Dwarf’s cottage, very colourful Hannah Bullivant as Snow White gave an excellent performance looking and sounding like the Disney character
we all remember from our childhood days. Maddy Gilmore captured the essence of the panto baddie in
her portrayal of the Wicked Stepmother while newcomers Ian MacKenzie and Natalie Nelson shone through
in their roles of Dame Hurry Up and Justin Time. It was great to see two of the younger members of the Society
taking their first principle roles as Price Teddy, Anna Beer and Prince ‘erbert played by Jamie Walter, both gave
excellent performances.
Established members, Christine Tobitt and Michael Chapple both gave sure and polished performances as the
Fairy and the King while Sue Nicel stole the show with her witty portrayal of the magic mirror expressing her
boredom by completing her knitting, crosswords and even cleaning the mirror behind the Queen’s back !
The Seven Dwarfs made their appearance in the second act, each played their parts to display the characteristics
to match their individual names, They were a joy to watch with their slapstick antics.
A good chorus completed the line up in this excellent production which included many of the new members
who have recently joined the group.
The annual pantomime staged by The Storrington Dramatic Society is becoming more popular each year thanks
to the very high standard of production, the show was enjoyed by 150 local Cubs, Brownies, Scouts and Guides
on it’s opening night and is fast becoming one of the highlights of the Christmas season in Storrington.
The groups next production is the famous Ghost story written by Arnold Ridley “ Ghost Train “ directed by
Caroline Woodley it promises to be another excellent show and will be performed at the Sullington Parish
Hall from 19th to 21st March 2015. If you would like to join this lively and friendly group please contact Roy
Stevens 01903.741708
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all ages in West Sussex to a huge range of support,
care and advice. The service is free, confidential and
impartial and can be accessed by phone, email or
internet. www.icis-info4life.org.uk/icisonline
Freephone: 0800 859929
Email: [email protected]
Registered Charity no: 1095945
Ramblers Association (Arun-Adur group)
Your local Ramblers group for the Worthing area. We
organise 6-10 mile guided walks most weekends, so if
you enjoy country walking in a group then try walking
with us. For maps and advice on joining walks visit
www.arun-adur-ramblers.org.uk for more details.
SADCASE
(Storrington And District Classic And Sports car
Enthusiasts) A club aimed at like-minded individuals
that are petrol heads. Sadcase will organise local
meetings in the area details of which will be posted
on the website. Please take a look at the website
www.SADCASE.co.uk
South Downs Art Group
We are a membership based group who meet 6
times per year in the Trinity Centre, Thakeham Road,
Storrington. We invite well known national artists
& tutors and welcome all abilities to participate.
Materials supplied for some courses. Ample parking
available.Contact Jane Bown, Secretary on 01903
741686, or Fiona Warton, Chairman on 740437.
South Downs Light Railway Society Ltd
Pulborough Garden Centre, Stopham Road,
Pulborough, RH20 1DS.
Website: www.south-downs-railway.com
Call: 07518 753784.
StART - Storrington Area Responder Team
StART is a team of local volunteers who are trained by
SECAMB (South East Coast Ambulance Service).
For further information ring 01903 740583 or visit
www.storringtonresponders.org.uk
Meetings 4th Wednesday of month (except August
and December). Sullington Parish Hall 2 for 2.30pm.
Demonstrations and monthly competitions, garden
visits, occasional outings, and open evenings.
Affiliated to NAFAS Visitors and new members
welcome at our friendly and progressive club.
Contact chairman: Wendy Cliffe 01903 744467. Our
next meeting will be on Wednesday 25th June 2014,
Demonstrator – Robert Tunks – Scissors and Me,
Competition – Favourite Container
Storrington Football Club
For details about fixtures please visit
www.storringtonfc.com
Storrington Horticultural Society
Storrington Village Hall, 7:30pm
For more information please email Janet Webber on
[email protected] or call 01903 740109.
Storrington Lawn Tennis Club
Greyfriars Lane, Storrington close to the Monastery.
Please call 01903 745384 for further details or visit
www.storringtontennisclub.co.uk.
Storrington Squash Club
Greyfriars Lane, Storrington.
9.30am every day until late evening.
Please call the membership secretary on 01903
745134 for more details.
Storrington & District Twinning Association
We are always pleased to welcome new members
and if you would like more information you can
contact us via our website www.storringtontwinning.
co.uk or alternatively call Jennie Goddard, Chairman
on 01903 741172.
Storrington & Sullington Befrienders
Storrington & Sullington Befrienders is a free visiting
service for people, mainly elderly, living alone.
Trained, security checked volunteers make weekly
social visits that help to reduce feelings of loneliness
and anxiety. Contact Heather Walker 01798 812882.
Storrington Area Help Scheme
Storrington & Sullington Community Partnership
and 12noon Tel: 01903 742124.
West Chiltington Croquet Club
Help with transport to medical appointments
Mondays - Fridays. Phone the office between 9am
Storrington Bowling Club
Central part of the village (West Street, RH20 4EE),
adjacent to the South Downs bike shop.
For more information contact Jackie Francksen 01903
415664; David Ogley 01798 815343; John Rimmer
01903 744832. www.storringtonbowlsclub.com
Storrington Cricket Club
Storrington Cricket Club welcomes new players, and
anyone interested in cricket, to join our Club. We
field two sides playing League cricket on Saturdays,
and a Sunday side playing Friendly matches.
Please contact Phil Pickard, Chairman on 01903
741258 for further information.
Storrington Flower Club
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24-26 West Street, 01903 270437
[email protected]
Cricket Pavilion on the Recreation Ground, Mill Road,
West Chiltington. For further information phone 01
798 873 361 or email [email protected]
1st Sullington & Storrington Scout Group
The Parminter Scout Centre, Sullington Parish Hall,
Thakeham Road, Storrington.
For general information please contact the Group
Scout Leader, Mark Owen, on 01903 745356.
For membership please call Georgina Colenutt on
01903 745759.
2nd Storrington Brownies
Ravenscroft Guide & Community Centre, Browns
Lane. For more details please contact Clare Worth on
01903 368670.
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From the Steyning Bookshop
Book Reviews
All books on special offer at The Steyning Bookshop
Bodies of Light by Sarah Moss
Pub Granta £7.99
Ally and her sister May don’t do
many of the things that girls of
their class do. Instead of learning
to embroider, or play the piano,
they learn plain cooking and
sewing, Latin and Greek. And
when they are old enough, they
accompany their Mamma – herself
daughter to a stern, evangelical
Mamma - to her Home for the
poorest and most degraded
women of the Manchester working districts and slums,
for she is determined that her girls will be useful and
conscientious members of society. Ally, in particular, must
work especially hard, for she is destined to be one of the
first qualified female doctors, and must guard against her
tendency to nerves and hysteria, or her Mamma will be
displeased…
Written in spare, poetic prose which renders the historical
detail clear and fresh, this is a novel which illuminates the
difficulties faced by women, both these particular women
at this particular point in history, and issues common
to many women through time. It is also an exploration
into dynamics within a family, of motherhood and its
difficulties and dysfunctions, and the legacies bequeathed
from one generation to the next.
Abbattoir Blues by Peter Robinson
Pub Hodder and Stoughton £7.99
For those who enjoy good solid
detective fiction here is Peter
Robinson’s latest book in the DCI
Banks series, taking its title from
the Nick Cave album. Rural crime
seems a little trivial for our popular
detective and his team as they are
tasked to investigate the theft of
a tractor and then some possible
blood stains in a disused aircraft
hangar, but soon the tension cranks up and we are in
familiar thriller territory. Devotees of this series may find
the characterisations a little formulaic now, but for those
who dip in and out, this well plotted novel is just the
thing to read on a cold winter’s evening.
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Scarlet Ibis by Gill Lewis
Pub OUP £6.99
Gill’Lewis
So many booksellers that I meet
mention children’s writer Gill
Lewis as their favourite. She
draws much inspiration from
the people and the animals
that she has encountered in her
life and travels as a vet, and
her award winning novels Sky
Hawk and Moon Bear reflected
her great passion for animals in
the wild. This new book, now
in paperback, will be loved by
children who enjoy a wildlife theme which contains an
involving human interest story. Scarlet Ibis is the powerful
story of young Scarlet who, with her autistic younger
brother Red, dreams of a visit to Trinidad to see the
beautiful Scarlet Ibis, and, after an accident which parts
her from him, struggles to reunite her family.
Suitable for children aged 10 upwards.
House Held Up By
Trees by Ted Kooser
and Jon Klassen
Walker Books £6.99
Written by the Pulitzer
Award winning poet
Ted Kooser and
illustrated in Jon
Klassen’s distinctive
style, this haunting
picture book charts the
effect of the passing of time and the power of nature on a
house and the family who live in it. Lovely.
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A Busy Christmas at Rydon Community College
This time of year is always a busy one in any school
community, with Carol services, reward trips and end
of term merriment, and this December has been no
exception.
Friday 5th December saw the pupils in full on charity
mode, raising money for Diabetes, NSPCC and Save
the Children. Pupils paid to wear a colourful collection of onesies, Christmas jumpers and numbered
clothing. Mrs Steggles led her band of ‘Merry Bakers’
who then sold an amazing array of cakes, to raise
£135 for the Little Maxwell charity. During morning
break the school was also invaded by The Steyning Jail
Break, raising funds for their chosen charity.
On the same day, 49 pupils and 4 members of staff
left in the early hours for Birmingham NEC, in order
to visit the ‘Clothes Show Live’. The show is a fantastic
place to visit if you are interested in Fashion, Media,
and Make up Design. Hundreds of new and established companies showcase their products and the
pupils (and staff) had lots of fun trying new products
(and spending their money!). The pupils had a great
time spotting and talking to celebrities such as Joey
Essex, Peter Andre and Caroline Franklin (an original
presenter from the Clothes Show).The day culminated
in a 45 minutes live fashion show. The pupils came
away so excited saying it was “the best school trip
ever”.
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Saturday the 6th December marked the start of the annual Rotary Cooking Competition. Rydon had 6 pupils
making a collection of gourmet starters, mains and
desserts. The judging was led by Omero Gallucci and
Robbie Jenks, Head Chef at nearby Amberley Castle.
Omero commented that the standard was exceptionally high and the seasoning spot on. The runner up was
Laura Hickox and Regan Younger was the deserved
winner. We are certain all 6 pupils will be keen to
lend a hand with Xmas lunch this year!
To complete this amazing term our talented singers
and musicians will be hosting a carol service at St
Marys Church.
Rydon Community College
Storrington, West Sussex
01903 744138
www.rydoncc.co.uk
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Chelsea Buns
Jess Lenharth, Food Blogger
http://bakingjess.wix.com/bakingjess
If you haven’t heard of them, Chelsea Buns are sweet bread rolls that are filled with currants
and spices and rolled up into a delicious swirl. Give them a go, they couldn’t be easier.
You will need:
250g strong white flour
40g butter or margarine
1 egg
125ml milk
7g pack of fast action dried yeast
100g dried fruit (any)
25g Demerara sugar
1 x 5ml spoon mixed spices or cinnamon
1. Firstly, preheat the oven to 220ºC and grease a deep cake tin or a large roasting dish.
3. Warm the milk until lukewarm and half the butter.
4. Sift the flour and salt into a bowl.
5. Add the yeast. Beat egg, add to flour.
6. Pour the warm milk into the flour mixture and mix into a soft dough.
8. Knead the dough for around 10 minutes until smooth and elastic.
9. Roll out into a square on a floured surface.
10. Melt the remaining butter or margarine in a small saucepan, then brush over the dough.
11. Sprinkle the dried fruit, spice and sugar over the dough.
13. Roll up the dough like a Swiss roll and cut into 8 slices.
15. Arrange slices in baking tin, cover and leave to rise (until they double in size).
16. Bake for 20 minutes, until golden brown.
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Volunteering for St Barnabas House – give something back
and gain so much in return
Rosemary Gillard
Bereavement Volunteer
Shaun Dicker
Fleet Maintenance Officer
Did you know patients are never charged for their care at
St Barnabas House and the government funds less than
25% of our running costs? We therefore rely heavily on
the generosity of the local community and volunteers.
By becoming a volunteer you can learn new skills, brush
up on your existing ones and be welcomed as part of
our team. We aim to make your volunteering experience
a valuable and rewarding one, because our volunteers
really are the life-blood of our organisation in so many
ways.
There are a wide variety of roles that you can get involved
with. Read on to find out about some roles we have a
particular need for:
Is tinkering with cars is your thing? As a Fleet
Maintenance Volunteer, you will help keep our minibuses
and cars kept in pristine condition and assist with all the
regular safety checks. Our Fleet Maintenance Officer,
Shaun Dicker, is looking for volunteers to help him on
a regular basis for around four hours per shift. He said,
“This is a highly valuable role as our transport fleet
provides vital support to our patients, enabling them to
travel to and from the hospice, and to our clinical teams
caring for patients in their own homes.”
Do you have a listening ear? Our Bereavement Volunteers
offer support to bereaved family and friends of patients
who have received care at St Barnabas House. Listening
to people and being able to empathise with them is an
important skill.
Rosemary Gillard is one of our Bereavement Visitor
volunteers. She said, “After suffering loss of loved ones
in my life, I approached St Barnabas to offer my help and
was trained as a bereavement visitor. The training was
enjoyable and thought provoking. Now my volunteering
role is underway, I get a great amount of satisfaction
knowing I can be of help to someone who is struggling
with loss. I meet clients mostly at home, or sometimes at
the hospice, and I thoroughly enjoy it.”
Dorren Dunning
Reception
One of our fantastic bank volunteers is Doreen Dunning.
She said, “I have great respect for the wonderful work St
Barnabas House does in the community. I really feel as a
volunteer that I’m part of a special team. I also enjoy the
variety of helping out in various departments when they
are short staffed.”
If having direct contact with patients and their carers in
their own homes appeals, then becoming a Community
Companion is a special role that may suit you. Isolation
is a big issue for many people coping with life-limiting
illnesses and their carers. You will be helping people at
a very difficult time in their lives by providing social and
practical support during a weekly two hour visit. For this
role we have two mandatory training days.
Community Companion, Rita Fellows, a 75 year old
grandmother from Rustington, has been visiting Mr
Arthur Shaw, 88 from East Preston since December 2013.
Rita said, “I absolutely love being Arthur’s Community
Companion. He normally just wants to sit and chat
during my visits, which we both look forward to. He is a
wonderful person and has remained very positive during
his illnesses and personal challenges.
“His courage touches everyone he meets. We get on so
well and have a lot of laughter and I have heard his life
story. I have received full training and am really well
supported by the team at St Barnabas House. I would
highly recommend this role to anyone who is looking for
a really rewarding volunteering opportunity and can spare
just two or three hours per week.”
A variety of days and times are available for the above
roles to suit you.
If you’d like to find out more and take the next step,
please call Voluntary Services on 01903 706315 or email
[email protected] so that we can send you an
application pack.
To find out more about volunteering in other areas, please
visit www.stbh.org.uk/volunteering or call us, we’d love to
hear from you if you’d like to help in any way.
If you’re looking for more of a hands-on and flexible
role, we need volunteers to work on an ad-hoc basis to
help cover our reception and coffee shop during bank
holidays, and for volunteer holiday and sickness cover.
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Grand opening at the new look Impulse Leisure Chanctonbury
A newly
refurbished
Impulse Leisure
Chanctonbury
threw open
its doors last
week, welcoming more than
50 guests and
VIPs for a grand
opening of the
newly redeveloped centre.
The leisure centre in Storrington, West Sussex, was officially reopened by Wing Commander John Bell MBE
DFC (Distinguished Flying Cross). Bell is one of the
very few aircrew who served in the Lancaster Bombers
during the Second World War.
Jez Charlton, manager at Impulse Leisure Chanctonbury, says: “The launch event was very well attended
and both the VIP guests and members were amazed at
the new facilities here. We’ve been open for just over
a week and our members have been telling us how
pleased they are with everything, from the new fitness
equipment through to their experience relaxing in the
new sauna and café after their workout. We’d love to
give anyone interested in joining us a guided tour, so
please get in touch.” The centre currently has a variety of flexible membership options that can be tailored to fit different
lifestyles and needs; including a ‘no joining fee’ offer
on certain memberships and a ‘join now, pay nothing
until 2015’ offer.
For more information visit www.impulseleisure.co.uk,
follow Impulse Leisure’s Twitter and Facebook pages
or call (01903) 741874.
Guests on the night included John Seymour, Chairman
of the West Chanctonbury Recreation Association;
Anna Worthington-Leese, Chair of Storrington & Sullington Parish Council; members of the local press and
a selection of the centre’s valued members.
Since work began in August, Impulse Leisure Chanctonbury has undergone a full redevelopment to ensure
the centre is fresh and rejuvenated for members. Work
has included installing a mezzanine floor, which
doubles the size of the fitness suite and installing new
Technogym cardiovascular fitness equipment, plus the
functional training equipment, Kinesis.
The fitness suite links to a new changing village,
which includes a brand new health suite with sauna
and a steam room, which is also an interchangeable
salt room. The centre also boasts a new-look Coffee
Republic café and reception area.
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Index
Your
Accountants
Beltons Fire places
Abbey Lawrence
30
Aerials
Apex Aerials Norsat 34
42
Autos/MOT
Alpha Automobiles
Wiggs Auto Repairs
Finance
Beltons John Angela Richard Martin 27
33
29
42
7
Garage Doors
AW Garage Doors 9
Bathrooms
Andy Plumbing 12
ARP Plumbing
27
Chris Coward Heating 30
Plumber on Tap
1, 19
Beauty & Health
Emma’s Nails
Inessence Condition Skincare &
Beauty
Building
Andy B’s Plaster
H&H Building Services
ARP Plumbing
BJS Roofing CM Roofing
SRB Groundworks Steyning Roofing Car Hire
Crosslink 10
16
44
19
38
27
31
6
19
37
Garden / DIY Services
Riverside Home Main 9
Treedom 6
Hairdresser
Headline Hair Salon
Lulu’s Hair
10
6
Handyman Services
Dave Stephenson Kevin Handyman 9
37
Health
Lorraine Personal Train
Podiatry Services Well Adjusted Health
Worthing Hearing Care
17
16
16
17
Home
Kingsley Eco Solutions 2
31
Jewellers
Wheelers
29
6
Locksmith
Lee’s Locks 12
Chimney Sweep
Wilkins Chimney Sweep 37
Nursery Plants
Village Nurseries 38
Cleaning Services
Ben Daniels 35
Calabash
12, 31
Sussex Oven Clean 1, 40
Mortgage Advisors
John Angela 33
Painter & Decorator
Peter Norman 34
Plastering
Andy B’s Plaster
ARP Plumbing
19
27
Carpet/Flooring
Carpets & Vinyls
Clock Makers
Wheelers
29
Computer Services
Baztec 7
Conservatories
Attwater Home
Glass Tech Worthing
35
18
Dancing
Strictly Dancing
33
Double Glazing
Attwater Home
35
Glass Tech Worthing
18
Steyning Double Glaze 34
Fencing
PP Fencing Treedom 28
6
Roofing
BJS Roofing CM Roofing
Steyning Roofing 31
6
37
Satellite / TV
Apex Aerials Norsat 34
42
Scripture Reading
Key to the Scriptures
25
Podiatry
Podiatry Services 40
Solicitor
Anderson Rowntree
17
Taxi
Crosslink 31
Tiling
Glenn Reed
37
Travel
Roadmark Travel 43
Tree Surgeon
Andrew Gale Treedom 23
6
Tuition
Tip Top Tutors 18
Veterinary Services
Arun Veterinary Group 13
Windows
Attwater Home
35
Glass Tech Worthing
18
Steyning Double Glaze 34
16
Property Maintenance
Peter Norman 34
Riverside Home Main 9
Restaurant
Maharajah Stan’s Bike Shack
1
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