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Diary

August 2015
Wed 5th Wonderful Wednesdays: Weald & Downland Museum
Fri 7th - Sun 9th Chilli Fiesta: West Dean Gardens
Sat 8th Valley Gardening Club: Flower & Craft Show: East Dean Village Hall: 2pm
Sun 9th Singleton Lunches & Teas: 11.30am - 5pm: 811243/811726
Mon 10th Tea & Chat: The Dean: 10.30am: 839785
Wed 12th Wonderful Wednesdays: Weald & Downland Museum
Thu 13th Singleton Skittles Night: BBQ: Darts: 6pm
Sat 15th & Sun 16th Vintage & Steam: Weald & Downland Museum
Sun 16th Singleton Lunches & Teas: 11.30am - 5pm: 811243/811726
Sun 16th St Roche's Service: Trundle: 6pm: 811213
Wed 19th Wonderful Wednesdays: Weald & Downland Museum
Fri 21st Deadline for Submissions to the September Edition of The Valley Diary: 12noon: ted@valleydiary.org
Sun 23rd Singleton Lunches & Teas: 11.30am - 5pm: 811243/811726
Mon 24th Tea & Chat: West Dean Gardens: 10.30am: 839785
Wed 26th Wonderful Wednesdays: Weald & Downland Museum
Wed 26th Singleton Lunch Club
Thu 27th - Mon 31st Woodyard & Charcoal: Weald & Downland Museum
Fri 28th - Sun 30th Goodwood Horseracing
Fri 28th - Mon 31st Star & Garter Beer Festival

September 2015
Tue 1st Goodwood Horseracing
Sat 5th & Sun 6th Harvesting & Brewing: Weald & Downland Museum
Mon 7th Tea & Chat: The Dean: 10.30am: 839785
Tue 8th WI Centenary Event: Weald & Downland Museum
Thu 10th Singleton Skittles Night
Fri 11th - Sun 13th Revival: Goodwood
Wed 16th Singleton & Charlton Parish Council Meeting: 7pm: Singleton Village Hall
Sat 19th Tod Anstee Valley Challenge: East Dean Village Hall: 10am
Mon 21st Tea & Chat: West Dean Gardens: 10.30am: 839785
Wed 23rd Singleton Lunch Club
Wed 23rd Goodwood Horseracing
Sun 27th Historic Clothing Day: Weald & Downland Museum

October 2015
Mon 5th Tea & Chat: The Dean: 10.30am: 839785
Thu 8th Singleton Skittles Night
Sat 10th & Sun 11th Autumn Countryside Show: Weald & Downland Museum
Sat 10th Singleton Village Hall Autumn Supper: 7pm
Sun 11th Goodwood Horseracing
Mon 19th Tea & Chat: West Dean Gardens: 10.30am: 839785
Mon 26th - Sat 31st Halloween Activities: West Dean Gardens
Mon 26th - Fri 30th Half-term Activities: Weald & Downland Museum
Wed 28th Singleton Lunch Club

November 2015
Mon 2nd Tea & Chat: The Dean: 10.30am: 839785
Sun 8th Remembrance Service: Charlton Memorial: 10.55am
Thu 12th Singleton Skittles Night
Sat 14th & Sun 15th Christmas Market: £5 entrance: Weald & Downland Museum
Mon 16th Tea & Chat: West Dean Gardens: 10.30am: 839785
Wed 25th Singleton Lunch Club
Mon 30th Tea & Chat: The Dean: 10.30am: 839785

December 2015
Sun 6th Tree Dressing: Weald & Downland Museum
Mon 7th Tea & Chat: Venue TBC: 10.30am: 839785
Thu 10th Singleton Skittles Night
Wed 16th Singleton Lunch Club
Sat 19th & Sun 20th Father Christmas! West Dean Gardens
Mon 21st Tea & Chat: West Dean Gardens: 10.30am: 839785
Sat 26th - Mon 28th Museum at Christmas: Weald & Downland Museum

June 2016
Sat 4th East Dean Village Fete
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The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) has received several reports of rental fraud whereby empty premises are being targeted and the locks are being changed for the purpose of adding legitimacy to a rental fraud

The suspect(s) will find and enter an empty property for the purposes of changing the locks and then advertising it on online platforms, such as Gumtree, as a rental property. The suspect(s) then invite interested victims to visit the property for a viewing. Those victims which are interested in renting the property are then requested to pay a deposit and/or rent upfront in cash. 
 
In some instances the victims have moved into the property only to be evicted by the real property owner, or have found that the locks have been changed, once they have received the keys. There are several instances where this fraud has left victims homeless.
 
Property Owners:
If you or someone you know currently has an empty property, encourage them to visit the property regularly to make sure that the locks have not been changed and no damage has occurred.
 
Prevention Advice:
Avoid communication with only email or mobile phone, request to see the property owner and ask for valid ID. You can also check ownership of the property using the Land Registry.
The landlord will carry out their own due diligence and should request all of your details, references and proof that you will be able to afford to rent the property. Make sure that these checks are completed prior to paying a deposit / rent.
Always view the property and the tenancy agreement before paying any upfront costs.

If you, or anyone you know, have been affected by this fraud or any other scam, report it to Action Fraud by calling 0300 123 2040 or visiting www.actionfraud.police.uk
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Midhurst Camera Club
Forthcoming Features
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2 September
Club Welcome evening

16th September
Speaker - Ken Scott - “Its all in the mind” - explore photograph from a psychological perspective, uncovering the fundamentals of why we see what we see and how we respond, both to what we see around us and to the photographs themselves

23 September
Practical evening - Entering competitions - print and PDI

30 September
Ladies & Gentlemen’s Trophies - “Open” - prints entered in this competition may be entered in the League and coin as “new entries”
Judge - David Eastley LRPS

14 October
Speaker - Derek Trendle - “Atlantic crossing on JST’s Tenacious” - Since its inception in 1978, the Jubilee Sailing Trust has strived to enable people of all physical abilities to sail.  This is Derek’s story of his trip across the Atlantic

21 October
Practical Evening - Camera basics and beyond

28 October
Digital Projected Image (PDI) Round 1 “Open”
Judge - Caroline Colegate, ARPS

11 November
Speaker - David Boag “The world of a wildlife photographer” - David promises to make everything achievable and fun - and prove that expensive equipment is not what is important

18 November
Practical evening - After Dark

25 November
Print Round 1 - Set subject “Simplicity”
Judge - Rob de Ruiter LRPS
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Historic Clothing Day at the Weald & Downland Open Air Museum

Explore historic clothing from 1500 to 1900 in a special day of presentations and displays, Sunday 27 September 2015

The clothes that men and women wore in the past are the subject of this year’s special study day at the Weald & Downland Open Air Museum in Singleton, West Sussex. 
 
The topics that will be covered include Henry VIII’s wardrobe; fashion in late 17th century Sussex; 18th and early 19th century dress and accessories from the Olive Matthews Collection, Chertsey Museum; the dress of the 19th century poor; and the Museum's own Historic Clothing Project.
 
The specialist speakers at the study day will be Professor Maria Hayward from the University of Southampton; the Museum’s social historian, Dr Danae Tankard; Keeper of Costume at the Chertsey Museum, Grace Evans; Dr Vivienne Richmond from Goldsmiths, University of London; and historic clothing designer, Barbara Painter.
 
The study programme has been designed to allow time during lunch and at the end of the day for participants to explore displays and demonstrations around the Museum’s site. These include a display of the work of the Museum’s Historic Clothing Project, together with a series of new contemporary art works that it has inspired – created by three artists from the Department of Fine Art at the University of Chichester.
 
Tickets for the study day must be booked in advance and cost £50 per person. For further information or to make a booking, please contact the Museum team on 01243 811021 or email courses@wealddown.co.uk.
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Timber frame of new Anglo-Saxon exhibit building goes up at the Weald & Downland Open Air Museum
 
The sound of axes shaping timber has been ringing out across the Weald & Downland Open Air Museum site over the last few weeks, as craftsmen started to construct the timber frame of a new exhibit building, an Anglo-Saxon hall house.
 
The construction team comprising skilled volunteers under the supervision of Museum Carpenter in residence, Joe Thompson, have been helping to get this exciting new project off the ground. As no saws were used at this time, the team have had to get to grips with different techniques – particularly those around splitting and shaping wood. Museum Curator, Julian Bell, has been preparing timbers for the construction team’s use since late 2014. Progress on the building has been taking place over the last few weeks and the timber frame is now assembled. Over the coming weeks, the walls will be wattle and daubed and the roof thatched, using wheat straw grown at the Museum.
 
Museum Director, Richard Pailthorpe, said “The Saxon hall house will add an important new dimension to the Museum’s exhibit building collection and will enable school parties in particular to study an earlier period of building and social history.”
 
Archaeological evidence
 
Archaeological reconstructions are not new to the Weald & Downland Open Air Museum; one of the first buildings erected at the Museum was an Anglo-Saxon building (based on archaeological evidence, a weaver's hut) and also the outline of a hall house from the same era. Many years on and neither building remains – currently the Museum’s medieval cottage from Hangleton exhibit is the only other structure based on archaeology. As such, the Museum looks forward to the completion of the Anglo-Saxon exhibit building and to sharing the story of the inhabitants of its region over a longer period of time.
 
The Saxon house project has been researched by a team from the Museum with input from external experts, and is based on archaeological evidence from a site in Steyning, West Sussex from 950AD, which was excavated by a team led by Dr Mark Gardiner in 1988-89. Above ground details have been informed by various sources, such as waterlogged sites in the Thames Basin, and individuals including Richard Darrah and Dr Damian Goodburn, both of whom have many years of experience both in examining pre-Norman timberworks and in carrying out experimental practical archaeology.
 
This is the first stage of the construction and more stages will follow. Up-to-date information will be published on the Museum’s website, under the latest news and blog areas. See www.wealddown.co.uk/saxon-building-work-taking-place-this-week/ where details of the earlier stages of the project and a time lapse video can also be found.
 
The Anglo-Saxon exhibit building is sign posted from the Museum shop and ticket office, and the Museum encourages visitors to explore the exhibit during its construction phase.
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CHICHESTER AND DISTRICT SOCIETY OF MODEL ENGINEERS

Chichester and District Society of Model Engineers will be holding their final “Steam on Sunday” Open Afternoon of the Summer Season, on Sunday, 20 September, between 1400 and 1700 at their site in Blackberry Lane, off Bognor Road, in Chichester, West Sussex  PO19 7FS.

Train Rides will be offered to visitors behind several different miniature Steam and Diesel powered locomotives, and a selection of light refreshments will be on sale. 

The “Drive a Train Yourself” 00 gauge model railway, “Blackberry Junction”, will be in use. This has three circuits of track, each with its own controller and donations box.   

Tickets for rides on the trains will be £1 each, for adults or children; but admission to the site is free.   

Further details are on our Website: www.cdsme.co.uk . or from me, 
Mr B. Earnshaw-Mansell 07954 051594
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The Pirates of the Curry Bean

On the 13th and the 14th of July Singleton C.E Primary School performed a musical called the ‘Pirates of the Curry Bean’. It was a fast paced, extraordinarily funny musical that had everyone raving about it and was directed by Mrs Nelmes. Here is a brief synopsis of the play: The twins Jack and Liza Periwinkle are  interested in pirates and sea adventures, but their mother would not let them have anything to do with the sea after their father went missing while on a sea voyage. So the twins’ uncle gives them a treasure map.

Unfortunately some pirates turn up led by the infamous Redbeard the Pirate. The pirates steal the map and sail away to the island of Lumbago with the twins’ mum on board their pirate galleon named the Curry Bean. So the twins set sail on board the H.M.S. Crunchy Frog and they catch up with the Curry Bean and get captured by the pirates.  Then there is a storm that washes them ashore to… the island of Lumbago! So they find the twins’ dad Stanley Periwinkle and the treasure and they become captain, first mate and members of the crew of the Curry Bean. They all live happily ever after!

Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 were all performers in the production and they rose to the challenge like professionals and performed the funniest musical ever!  Well done everyone! Written by Ethan Conway.  
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The Valley Parish of East Dean, Singleton & West Dean
Church News
 
A warm welcome awaits you at our Services in August 2015
Sunday 2nd… 8am Communion at Singleton Church
10am Communion at East dean Church

Sunday 9th… 8am Communion at East Dean Church
10am Communion at Singleton Church

Sunday 16th… 8am Communion at Singleton Church
10am Communion (with AllStars) at West Dean Church

Sunday 23rd… 8am Communion at East Dean Church
10am Family Communion service at West Dean Church

Sunday 30th… 8am Communion at West Dean Church
10am Communion at Singleton church

Other information
Open office at The Rectory, most Thursday’s 9am- 1pm. Drop in for an informal chat with Rev Kev. Or if you’d prefer a home visit at a different time; please phone 01243 811213.

The band for family services is taking a summer break during July & August, practices resume on Saturday 5th September.

Thank you to all who helped/or donated to Christian Aid. The total this year was £951.45

Sussex Historic Churches ‘’Ride n’ stride’’ event is taking place on 13th September. Sponsor forms are available in Churches if you wish to take part; cycling or walking.

Parents & School’s support group; 1.40- 2.40pm at The Rectory. Next date will be Tuesday 15th September.                              

Priest-In-Charge
Rev Kev Robinson
The Rectory
Singleton
PO18 0EZ
01243 811213
Email; k.robinson275@btinternet.com

Church Wardens
Mrs Wendy Goacher 01243 811641
Mrs Lisa Emmerson 01243 811939

PCC Secretary
Mrs Karen Searle Barrett
Karen.chris1@btinternet.com
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You are visiting the online pages which support The Valley Diary, a small printed publication which serves the villages of the Lavant Valley just outside Chichester in West Sussex, England, UK. The Valley Diary is distributed free of charge to all 650 homes in the villages as well as local clubs, shops, pubs, churches, public buildings and services and has an estimated readership of 2500 each month. It's paid for by it's advertisers. The Valley Diary at its outset in 2004 aims to publicise forthcoming events in the villages, to the people who live in them. Since that purpose was set out The Valley Diary has developed to include some editorial content of interest to the people who live in the villages, reports and photos of events that have happened, quizzes and crosswords, news and reviews and various other content as submitted either regularly, occasional or just as one-offs. Ted Salmon is the Editor and can be reached on 01243 818161 David Mather deals with Accounts and Advertising and can be reached on 01243 811451 Chris Kelly sorts out Distribution and can be reached on 01243 811833

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Calling all Pampered Pooches: Come and Join the St. Wilfrid’s Hospice ‘Woof for Wilf’ Sponsored Dog Walk

St Wilfrid’s Hospice in Chichester is once again calling for pampered pooches and their enthusiastic owners to join an annual ‘Woof for Wilf’ sponsored dog walk. This year the Hospice is holding the terrific tail wagging event in two separate locations on two different days: the first is on Sunday 27th September at East Head, West Wittering Estate and the second on Sunday 4th October at Hotham Park in Bognor Regis. 
        
With the success of the first Woof for Wilf last year, the Fundraising Team is hoping that even more dogs and their owners will take part and help beat last year’s amazing total of £3,600 raised! Special doggy neckerchiefs and refreshments will be available, as well as refreshments for the owners.

All the money raised will go towards providing specialist palliative care and support to people across the area in their own homes, in hospital and on the In-Patient Unit. This year it will cost just under £6.7 million to provide the services required.    

Those wishing to take part can register online at www.woofforwilf.stwh.co.uk . More information can also be found here, or by contacting St Wilfrid’s Hospice’s Fundraising Team on 01243 755827 or fundraising@stwh.co.uk.

St. Wilfrid’s Hospice
Chichester
Fundraising: 01243 755827
www.stwh.co.uk
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Explore your creativity this winter with Short Courses at West Dean College

www.westdean.org.uk

The new winter programme of creative short courses at West Dean College is now live online and first time students can benefit from a 10% discount. Head for the warmth of the studios and workshops this winter and spend time getting to grips with a new skill or develop an existing one. Between November and April there are 92 NEW short courses, including 29 one day Taster Courses, in art, craft, gardening, music, textiles, photography and much more to choose from. In addition to your favourite tutors we also welcome a further 18 new expert tutors. With courses lasting from 1 to 7-days there is something to suit everyone. During your stay you will have access to the award-winning West Dean Gardens to enjoy some brisk winter walks and be inspired by the beautiful South Downs landscape.

Mary Crabb will show you how to weave pod forms in a range of sizes and with texture, colour and pattern, using a variety of materials from rope to threads. Textile basketry – exploring twined pod forms (NEW 27 – 29 November £230 Beginners/Intermediate).

Translate the sensory experience of walking through the winter landscape into artwork in Sensory Landscape – walking and drawing with Caroline Wendling (NEW 11 – 14 December £335 Suitable for all).

Discover the possibilities of glass bead design and learn how to apply decorative effects in Making glass beads – an introduction with Barbara Mason (22 – 25 January £415 Beginners).
Experiment with earth materials in Chalk and Clay Week (14 – 19 February). The week features six short courses including Experimenting with metal clay – silver, copper and bronze NEW with Sarah Macrae (£534 suitable for all) and Draw, print, scratch and cast – exploring surface qualities NEW with Joanna Veevers (£563 Suitable for all).

Examine the style, form and techniques involved in writing poetry for children and develop your own writing in a supportive and constructive environment. Children’s poetry writing (NEW 18 – 20 March £222 Suitable for all) with Rachel Rooney.

Experience the satisfaction of producing your own pair of coloured soft leather or suede moccasins as you learn the basics of handmade shoe making. Leather shoe making – summer moccasins with Bernadette Hehenberger (NEW 20 – 23 March £340 Suitable for all).
Andy Vernon, award-winning author, will share his passion and knowledge in a talk and demonstration Delight in Dahlias (NEW 26 March Garden Talk £25 Suitable for all).

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Bursaries

West Dean College offers a range of bursaries to talented students who would not otherwise be able to study at the college. For further information on the FDAD and West Dean College bursaries and to browse the online brochure see www.westdean.org.uk.

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100 Not Out!

Celebrating the first 100 Years of the Women’s Institute
At the Weald & Downland Open Air Museum
 
Singleton and East Dean Women’s Institute (WI) – the first WI to be formed in England – will host this once in a lifetime event on Tuesday 8th September 2015 at the Weald & Downland Open Air Museum, Singleton.

The Museum is pleased to welcome Janice Langley, Chair of the National Federation of Women’s Institutes, who will attend the centenary celebrations.
 
100 Not Out will showcase everything that the WI does best, with activities running throughout the Museum site on this special day. WIs from West Sussex will create individual table-top displays in the Museum’s Downland Gridshell building, each commemorating the year in which they were each founded. Every WI in West Sussex is invited to apply for a table-top display – an application form is available from the Museum’s website www.wealddown.co.uk/whats-on.

Deborah Harwood, owner of The Textile Space and winner of West Sussex Woman of the Year in Arts 2014, will be presenting ‘Creating a Sketchbook’, an inspirational seminar on how to start a sketchbook of creative ideas, thoughts and plans.
 
The WI’s enduring ethos is that of inspiring women and the ‘One hundred years of inspiring women’ display will feature the most inspiring women from each decade since the formation of the WI, as nominated by WI members – visitors will have the opportunity to vote for their own most inspiring women from each decade.
 
The Museum and the WI
The WI movement in Britain began in 1915 under the auspices of the Agricultural Organisation Society (AOS). The AOS set up a Women’s Institute sub-committee, to which Lady Denman was appointed as chair. The first English branch of the WI opened in Singleton, West Sussex, in November 1915. The original meeting place was a pub called The Fox at Charlton near Singleton and East Dean. The pub still exists today is now named The Fox Goes Free. Sussex is also the oldest County Federation – formed in 1917, divided into West and East in 1919 – with its area covering rural areas from the South Downs to the coast. By 1917, 137 WIs had opened across Britain.
 
The Weald & Downland Museum and its local WIs have always had strong links – with ten local institutes contributing toward the founding of the Museum in 1967. The Museum is proud to play host to the WI’s centenary celebrations.

Tickets and how to participate
Tickets for WI members to attend the event are just £9 per person and must be booked in advance. Tickets are also available on the day, priced at standard admission – see the Museum’s website for details.
Individual WI members wishing to buy tickets are invited to call the Museum on 01243 811021 or email courses@wealddown.co.uk to book. Group bookings should be made via WIs please. The admission fee covers full access to the Museum and its 40-acre site.
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GOOD TURNOUT FOR VILLAGE DEFIBRILLATOR DEMO
Tim Weeks

Over 40 people gathered at East Dean Village Hall on Sunday 5th July to see Malcolm Legg of the South East Coast Ambulance Service demonstrate how to use the defibrillator that the village now has, thanks to a £1,000 grant from the South Chichester Local Committee, strongly supported by local county councillor Jeremy Hunt.

The defibrillator is machine that can administer an electrical charge to a person who is suffering a heart attack, similar to the appliances beloved of hospital dramas, when a doctor slaps two pads onto an inert patient and shouts “Clear!”

The public access defibrillators now being installed in a wide range of locations around the country are a simplified version of that, requiring no medical experience to operate, as the machine itself gives instructions through a series of recorded commands and illuminating panels. Most importantly, it can detect whether the patient actually has a regular heartbeat, so it is impossible to shock someone who doesn’t require it, when it would do more harm than good!

As Malcolm showed on a “Resus-Annie” dummy, as well as delivering electric shocks, the defibrillator provides a drumbeat sound, for first aiders to time the chest pumps (CPR) that will be an essential part of a successful resuscitation. If it were up to him, he stated, he would have one on every lamppost, but since the NHS budget could never run to that it is important to place them in outlying areas where it will inevitably take an ambulance over 15 minutes to reach. “The first eight minutes are the most critical, if treatment can be started during that period, it is a great help to the professionals when they get to the scene.”

Parish Councillor Kate Shaw thanked Malcolm for giving up his time on a Sunday morning, and the village presented him with a bottle of Port as a token of their gratitude.
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FOOTPATH WARDEN Jill Mountford is the Warden in East Dean. Like to report a blocked path or broken style? Please give her a call on 811358

LUCY’S YOGA CLASSES Mondays. Singleton Village Hall. 2.30 to 3.45. Lucy Younger 01243 572245 luyounger@talktalk.net

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