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  • Essentially

    WorthingMay 2013

    LittLehaMpton Lancing ShorehaM Southwick Steyning Storrington arundeL Findon

    Enjoy poetry with a seafront stroll

    The back gates are open for one day

    Walks & WordsdiscovEr hiddEn gardEns aT ambrosE PlacE

    siP summEr WinE

    TimE To gET ouT and abouT

    raPunzEl Will bE fEisTyJenny JoneS taLkS to ew about her new roLe

    roSe iS the winner with our wine expert

    over 70 LocaL eventS to chooSe FroM thiS May

  • ship ahoy

    Ts vanguard, Worthing sea cadet and royal marine cadets are located at 9a broadwater road, Worthing.

    based in a large customised building including parking, main hall, class rooms, engineering workshops and boat shed the unit is well equipped and supported by the royal navy with a close tie with hms shoreham.

    young adults aged 12 to 18 for the sea cadets, 13 to 18 for royal marine cadets parade twice a week on Wednesdays and fridays throughout the year including holiday times from 1900 to 2100. Parade nights area an opportunity for everyone to learn practical life skills, drill and discipline and core values following the tradition of the royal navy.

    youngsters are also welcome on Wednesdays aged between 10 and 12 years old, learning the basics and having fun, making ready to join the older cadets.

    Evenings are full of learning and some serious fun in a safe and controlled environment. our capable volunteers come from all walks of life including ex-servicemen and women through to captains of industry. most volunteers are uniformed and all are crb checked.

    alongside the corps syllabus which ranges from practical seamanship, navigation, camp craft and meteorology through to engineering, leadership and adventure training all our cadets are given the opportunity to gain highly desirable qualifications including RYA (Royal Yacht Association) Certificates in Sailing and Power boating, duke of Edinburgh award scheme and bTEc Diplomas the equivalent of five GCSEs.

    Outside of parade nights the Sea Cadets offers many and varied ways of exploring and enjoying adventures such as weeklong cruises on Tall ships reliving the romance of life at sea under sail yet taking full responsibility for their boat and themselves, pot holing, caving and rock climbing, canoeing, dinghy sailing and power boating to name just a few!

    for more information please either visit the unit on Wednesdays or fridays 18.45 to 21.15 or call 07507786753 - 01903236357

    Join the most successful sea cadet unit on the south coast

    To advErTisE in EssEnTially WorThing Email us:ADS@ESSENTIALLYWORTHING.CO.UK

    EssentiallyWorthingApril 2013



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  • Youre playing the lead in Rapunzel, how have you found taking on such a beloved role?ive loved it, its been lots of fun to play a feisty princess role for once, shes really got something about her. Weve taken parts of the original rapunzel and quite a lot of inspiration from the Disney film Tangled, which all the children whove been coming to see us know and really enjoy, so shes got that level of feistiness too which has been great.

    Youve played a number of fairytale princess, from Snow White to Cinderella, have you had a favourite or is there one youd especially like to play?I love them all because theyre all so different. With Snow White youve got the seven dwarves who are mischievous and fun to play against while cinderellas got the beautiful ball-gown but rapunzels got the hair! its been quite a challenge to work with because its just so long and its been funny trying to move around with it. i had a whole day of training before we started rehearsals but the rest of the cast sometimes stand on it so ill be trying to get on from the wings or move on stage and wont be able to get anywhere!

    Youre known for having a wonderful ability to connect with audiences, are there any top tips you can share?it can depend on the audiences really, some are really involved and youll be able to use that so they get really involved with the songs and have the typical pantomime interaction. also as the princess you get to really connect with the little girls, some of them will come to the theatres dressed up as rapunzel which is really lovely and you can get them singing along and dancing at the front which makes the performance really special.

    You recently finished the Broadway Revival of 42nd Street and you get to sing in Rapunzel too. Will audiences know the songs and are there any you can advise them to look out for?Theyre all very well known and there are lots of songs. Weve got gangnam style in there which all the children know and they join in and love it but weve also got the duet from Tangled and some classic disney songs which everyone knows and they can sing along.

    Jon Moses played Prince Rupert for us here in Worthing during panto, has he passed on any thoughts about the town or is there anything youre looking forward to about visiting the coast?hes really looking forward to coming back actually and hes said that everyones really friendly and that the audiences were great and really supportive so im looking forward to that and just hoping some of the same audiences come to see us! Were having such fun, its more than a stage-show to us, so itll be great to share that with everyone in Worthing.

    rapunzel runs at the Pavilion Theatre in Worthing on June 1 at 2pm and 6pm then on June 2 at 1pm and 4.30pm. more information about Jenny can be found at

    contact usPublisher - Jacquie Pond 07939 011316

    Personal assistant to Jacquie Pond - carrie Jones

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    design - kate Eastman, richard andrews

    Essentially Worthing is circulated from shoreham to littlehampton via 273 carefully selected outlets

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    inside issue 843 Take five rapunzel reveals all to ew

    4-6 Essential diary your local guide bursting with events for May

    7 Treading the boards king Lear, comedy and madness

    8 Essentially for kids name a calf, slay a dragon and more

    9 Essential Profile woods travel celebrate

    10-12 Essential gardens hidden gardens, top tree tips

    13 Essential food and drink rose is the best tipple for Summer

    14 Essential business business bites from helen Scott

    15 Essential learning northbrook college launches new programme

    16-17 Essential care walk with St barnabas

    18 Essential splash happy 10th birthday

    19 dr sarah has the last word beware of self diagnosis

    20 Woods Travel enjoy christmas 2013 on a woods holiday

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    Jenny Jones from citvs long-running show hi-5 joins us for a chat before she stars in rapunzel at the pavilion theatre next month.


  • The Southwick and Shoreham Country MarketFriday mornings 9.15 - 11am.The market is held in the Porter room at the southwick community centre in southwick street. homemade cakes, savouries, jams as well as honey and free range addition there is a large selection of handmade knitted toys and childrens clothingfor further information contact 01273 706669

    Heene Community Centre MarketFriday mornings 9am to 12noonThe market is held in the lounge of our community centre, heene road, Worthing. We sell, jams, chutneys, quiches, scones. hand-crafted greeting cards, patchwork materials and cafe is open from 10am to 6pm. for further information please telephone 01903 209997

    Ladies Fun Ten Pin BowlingTuesday Mornings (except School Hols) 10.15am5.50 for 2 games + coffee, and 1 for an extra game. shoe hire included. dont be shy, come and try, have some fun and make new friends. for more information call cathy 01903 859745 or sue 01903 208439

    The Emporium Outdoor MarketEvery third Saturday in the month - 9am - 5pmmontague Place, Worthingfresh produce, craft, art, home, jewellery

    West Sussex Geological SocietyThird Friday in the monthangola road, Worthing at 7.30pm

    Adur Art ClubTuesday 7.30pm - 9.30pm & Thursday 2pm - 4pmWe are a very friendly club, and meet in room 8 (upstairs) at shoreham centre new members are always welcome, and are also welc