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Published by The Grapevine Magazine, 2020-11-02 06:23:17

The Grapevine Halifax Issue 152 November 2020

Check out our lockdown treat recommendations available when you shop locally this month, treat yourself with our warming spiced chickpea and tomato stew recipe, benefit from our Finance Q&As and learn about local history and more in this month's magazine!

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November ‘20 Edition 152

Distributed to 10,000 homes
and businesses in Halifax

Sharing the business community love FREE
Helping you to stay safe, healthy
and positive

Pop the kettle on and catch up on all things local . . . . .


Editor’s Note: Halifax Edition

Well, at least we all had 10,000 homes and businesses in Hipperholme,
an extra hour’s sleep last Lightcliffe, Shelf, Northowram, Norwood Green,
month! However, we’re all Shibden, Southowram
facing a long, unpredictable
Winter ahead of us now. Calderdale Nostalgia – Clifton Common 7
is potentially on the verge of going into Tier 3 Local Lockdown Treats 14-15
restrictions (at the time of writing) and there’s
a general sense of ‘numbness’ to the changes, Brain Games – the ‘Bridge’ way 17
restrictions and overall outlook. What will keep us
all stay positive and focused is reaching out to our Stratus – Dining Experience 20-21
local community. We need to support each other Mothershare Charity Appeal 22
so much over the coming months - neighbours, Preventing ‘mascne’ 35
businesses, charities and groups – they need
your support more than ever right now. Take a ‘Kranky Panky’ Awareness Month 36
look through the next few pages for ideas and
inspiration for home improvements, dining out, In the Garden 38
local lockdown treats and find out how you can
support a local, independent business. Your Now planning
decision to shop locally this Christmas could mean our LOCAL XMAS
that the doors of one of your fave local retailers
can remain open into 2021. Lots to read about GIFT GUIDE –
this month – enjoy the next few pages. get in touch to
  feature your
Remember – we’re a local, independent magazine
too. We’re here for readers and local businesses business
and really appreciate AND need your ongoing
support. Pick the phone up, email us or share
what we do on social media please….
Off to plan the December Christmas
editions next – you’ll find me amongst
the baubles.


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The Top of Clifton
Common in 1905
By Chris Helme

69-2020 – The location of this 1905 street at Clifton conducted on the principals of a private subscription
will be obvious to the locals but for those of you bowling green and club
who are not too familiar with the area. It was what
the locals in those days called Top O’ T’Common. Yes, the streetlight does stand in the middle of the
To translate for you younger readers it is the top of road just as a similar one did down by the Black
Clifton Common, looking from Towngate towards Kiln Horse public house. With the little shop across the
Fold. road in Kiln Fold and those small cottages behind the
lamp having been demolished, the same view today
The building on the right is the Armytage Arms, a is completely different. Even the Armytage Arms was
rather dour-looking property in those days. The given a facelift not long after this photograph was
big attraction at the Armytage Arms in the late taken and an even greater facelift many years later.
nineteenth century was the bowling green. Today,
it is the car park at the back of the property. The Today, the popular Armytage Arms trades under the
Clifton Bowling Green Club was formed in 1868 by Sizzling Pub brand name, which is part of the Mitchell
Charles Ramsden the licensee, whose family held the and Butler pub and restaurant chain.
licence for over fifty

When the green
was formed it was
open to the public,
but in 1875 some of
the players thought
it should become
a private green for
members only.

Following a meeting
held on April
10, 1875, it was
unanimously passed
that the Armytage
Arms Bowling
Green should be

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The Perfect
Gift for


The Halifax Gift Card is the perfect present for friends, family
and colleagues. The lucky recipient doesn’t need to redeem
the full value in one go and they can spread their spend by

using it for a delicious meal, some great new clothes,
a fabulous new haircut and much, much more.

Find out more at:

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By Kate Duggan

From historical fiction to dystopian literature plus new releases
to older books that deserve more attention, there’s plenty to get
your teeth stuck into this month.
The Midnight Library – Matt Haig
Nora’s overdose doesn’t result in, as she’d hoped, nothingness.
Instead, she’s transported to the Midnight Library, where she
gets the chance to try the other lives she could have led if she’d
made different choices. As she faces her regrets (from not
marrying to not becoming an Olympic swimmer), Nora discovers
that the path not taken isn’t always the panacea she thinks it is.

A Song for the Dark Times – Ian Rankin
Rebus is back, but this time it’s personal: his son-in-law is missing. Rebus heads
out to solve the mystery. His daughter seems to be the obvious main suspect,
so which role will Rebus prioritise – detective or father? Meanwhile, back in
Edinburgh, DI Siobhan Clarke is on her own case, that of the murder of a wealthy
Saudi student. These two very different cases may turn out to be part of the same
tangled web. A Song for the Dark Times is a gripping crime thriller with plenty of
twists to keep you turning the pages.

Gather the Daughters – Jennie Melamed
On the island, girls are little more than wives-in-training – following the decrees
of the founding ancestors and submitting to every demand of their fathers. They
have one brief period of freedom over the summer, when they live wild and do as
they please. The summers are short-lived, and the girls know that they’re destined
to be married once they hit puberty. But one day they decide to take back their
freedom, at whatever cost. Gather the Daughters is pretty disturbing and there are
a lot of triggers, but as dystopian literature goes, it’s one that will stick with you for

a very long time.
Little Fires Everywhere – Celeste Ng
Whether you’ve watched the Amazon Prime series or not, the book is
well worth a read. To the outsider, Shaker Heights seems like the perfect
town. And no one is more perfect than Elena Richardson. Her daughter
Izzy, on the other hand, is impetuous and disinclined to follow the rigid
path laid down by her mother. When artist Mia Warren arrives on the
scene with her daughter Pearl, the fragility of a ‘perfect’ life becomes all
too apparent. A many-layered read about motherhood, secrets, race and
the many nuances of right and wrong.

A Room Made of Leaves – Kate Grenville
A Room Made of Leaves is the fictionalised account of a real woman’s life –
Elizabeth Macarthur. It’s set in the late eighteenth century. Women had few
prospects beyond marriage, so when Elizabeth marries the cold, ambitious John
Macarthur she has little choice but to follow him wherever he decides to go, even if
that’s to the other side of the world to live in a new settlement in Australia. A must

for historical fiction fans.

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Local HomecareLifestyle&Leisure
Local homecare was
developed to prove that
people from all walks
of life should be able
to access the highest
standard of care in their
later years.

After successfully staff will have passed “The mum test” in that they
opening a branch in can demonstrate the care they deliver would be
Leeds 3 years ago – we good enough for their own mum.
saw the difference the The experienced leadership team offer constant
care we delivered made support, and this is not only for clients and staff,
in people’s everyday but it is extended to family and friends of loved
life. We realised that ones. We openly engage and will not only seek to
in the areas local to hear what we do well but also what we could do to
Elland - there was the improve.
opportunity to offer The packages of care we can offer vary from 24-
a higher standard of
care than is currently hour live-in packages, personal care and
available. We are proud medication assistance, social calls to
to have become a domestic and shopping calls. These are
member of the local community having opened our all tailored to your exacting needs and will
new premises at 73 Southgate in the heart of the always be delivered to the highest standard.
Our service is planned and delivered with the client’s
needs and wishes at the forefront of everything we
do. As care needs change, so does the way in which
we deliver constantly adapting and making sure that
all needs are met in a safe and effective manner.
All our staff are recruited from the local areas and
have experience of caring in a variety of settings. All

If you or a loved one feel this is something
you could benefit from please call one of
our friendly team on 01422 887185 or call
into the office to meet the team personally.

See our advert on the back page
73 Southgate, Elland HX5 0DQ
01422 887185
[email protected]

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This warming veggie stew will hit the spot 1. Heat the oil in a large frying pan over a
on a cold autumn evening. Serve with medium heat. Add the onions and fry for
steamed couscous or orzo pasta instead 8-10 minutes, stirring occasionally, until
of rice, if preferred. softened and golden, adding the garlic
after 5 minutes.
Serves 4 Ready in 50 mins
• 1 tbsp olive oil 2. Stir in the spices and cook for 1-2
• 2 onions, peeled and diced minutes until fragrant then add the
• 2 garlic cloves, peeled and crushed tomatoes, puree and sugar. Simmer
• 1 tsp ground cumin gently for 15-20 minutes until the sauce
• 2 tsp smoked paprika has thickened, stirring occasionally.
• 1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
• 2 x 400g cans chopped tomatoes 3. Stir in the chickpeas and simmer for
• 2 tbsp tomato puree a further 10 minutes. Season to taste
• 1 tsp brown sugar with salt and freshly ground black
• 2 x 400g cans chickpeas, drained and rinsed pepper. Serve with cooked long grain
• Salt and freshly ground black pepper rice and garnished with the parsley.
• Cooked long grain rice, to serve
• 2 tbsp freshly chopped parsley, to garnish TIP Stir a handful of baby spinach
leaves in to the stew just before the
end of cooking time, if liked.

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Local Lockdown Treats

We all need a local treat – especially at the moment – here’s a highlight and a
few ideas of what delights are available locally this month

Goodkarma Pop Up
These folks are teaming up with their good mates  Take a look at their new socially distanced
@homeboypizzaco  upstairs lounge.
@cansecco_uk and  New cocktails and whisky menu, craft ales,
@magicrockbrewing  wines, soft drinks, dedicated menu
on Saturday the 7th (see website) and good times.
of November to bring
somethin’ a lil’ different
to Brighouse Bangin’ Crafty Fox
brewskis and sourdough 22 new beers just
slangin’. What more could delivered to the
you ask for?! bar. Also available
to order to collect
goodkarmacoffeehouse or for delivery
from their website. 
Rex Cinema, Elland
This little gem of a place is back open – film listings  
below for November. Check out their website and

social media to keep up to date with what’s on –
pre-booking required. Support them as much as you

can – they need us! Book at
Capacity is obviously far less – so early booking
needed. Enjoy a film in a safe, familiar environment
and help an amazing little cinema stay in business.

Brighouse Books
Cars, Trains, Ships & Planes- An
encyclopedia of vehicles with
over 1,000 images - £7.99


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Masterclass Kitchens
Kitchens are the heart of the home
– create a warm, traditional shaker

kitchen with help from this classy
kitchen company based in Brighouse

Harveys of Halifax
Fellas can step out stylishly in these Clarks
originals, Wallabee, Wallabee boot, Desert,
and Desert boots all to be found in Harveys
menswear department.

House of 925
Love this lovely outfit combo, looks

great with the crossbody bag
These come in various patterns
and colours, lots of other fashion

inspiration available online.

Goodkarmacoffee Winter wonderland at
That’s right, they’re not Beautissimo Spa
only offering pies, cups and Stunning local spa, based just
brownies. They’ve broadened off Ainley Top, are offering
their horizons and added a their winter wonderland
few special guests. Biscoff and package again.
Bueno Donuts. You may have Available 1st October to 30th
to move fast though, we expect November 7 days a week
that these babies may sell out quickly! Step inside and forget all
things ‘lockdown’ for a
goodkarmacoffeehouse moment.

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Affordable and accessible
art from local artist
Halifax artist, Maria Sybil Lovejoy, Due to Maria’s flexible approach
has just recently moved into the Local artist and poet – she can create anything from a
local area from Hebden Bridge. – Maria Lovejoy simple £10 poster to more complex
pieces of artwork – up to £250 – but
Maria is a born artist and is at each item is entirely unique which
her happiest when she’s creating really is the appeal.  “My aim is
bespoke poetry, paintings, artwork to create artwork that is creative
and anything with innovative and accessible to all – whatever
inspiration.  “I think there’s so your budget,” said Maria, “I’m also
much going on at the moment offering Christmas Card designs too
that we all need some colour in and Caricatures – which are a great
our homes and life,” said Maria, Christmas gift idea.”
“I get my ideas and inspiration
from nature, the surrounding area Centred Community
and topical news.  I can create a The Former Methodist Church,
piece of artwork for your home, Burnley Road, Sowerby Bridge
office or children’s room.  Why HX6 2TL
have a blank wall when you can T: 07930 411696
pop something on there that’s a
talking piece?” Poetry • Art • Love

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Brain games do not improve ‘brain
health’ but playing Bridge does
Global Council on Brain Health recommends that people incorporate mentally engaging activities
into their lifestyles, as they can help people to maintain their thinking skills as they age

A new report by world-leading experts says the and we know there is certainly a lot of fear around
evidence for the long-term brain health benefits this happening”.
of what most people consider “brain games” is
currently weak to non-existent. “But decline is not inevitable, and there are plenty
of activities such as Bridge that we could start today
If people play a “brain game,” they may get better that can provide benefits for brain health. 
at that game, but this does not improve people’s
everyday thinking abilities. “Even though it’s never too late to learn something
new,  the younger you start challenging yourself with
The good news is that the evidence suggests that mentally stimulating activities, the better your brain
other mentally engaging activities can help keep our function will be as you age.”
brains sharp as we age. These include playing Bridge,
learning a language, playing with the grandchildren You could start to learn to play Bridge here locally in
or gardening. It is important however to participate Brighouse. There is a thriving Bridge Club that would
in mentally-stimulating activities that include social welcome you.
engagement which Bridge also provides.
Improve your Brain Health, learn to play Bridge.
Age UK’s Chief Scientist James Goodwin says: “Many
people think that all thinking skills decline with age, Jo Brook - Chair Brighouse Bridge Club

[email protected]

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Welcome to Quality Home
Support our care mission

We are an organisation helping to support our client’s likes it and as often as they like.
vulnerable adults in their own homes and help them This could include either drying indoors or outdoors.
do the normal day-to-day
jobs that make their lives as IRONING
independent and enjoyable as We do laundry in the client’s
possible. own home which includes
washing and drying of
We offer high quality home garments just the way our
services to a wide variety client’s likes it and as often as
client’s, including elderly, they like it.
disabled, lonely or busy This could include either
working people and their drying indoors or outdoors.
families. Everyone’s needs
are different and our support CHANGING BED LINEN
workers can offer unique This is a job that proves to be
support in numerous ways. difficult and awkward as we
You may have specific get a little older,  but leave it
requirements or you may to us its a 2 minute job and
need support to allow you to be as independent as it can be done as often as the client’s prefers,we all
possible and to enjoy your social life to the full. love a fresh bed!

Talking, listening, and spending quality time Making sure our client’s have a balanced diet is
with our client’s is what we do best. crucial. Our advice and support in food preparation
  is key to their wellbeing. We work close with families
We do not rush in and out and we are unique getting the dietary needs perfect for individual
in the fact that they have their very own support client’s needs.
worker who will get to know their client’s very well.
CLEANING We take client’s for their grocery shopping as
Keeping on top of cleaning in the home often as they like or we can go for them if they are
is hard work for all of us, it is essential that our unable to go out of the house.  We also can support
client’s have a safe and clean environment so we ordering groceries on lines if they prefer which ever
provide a full cleaning service or it my be they just suits the individuals.
need help keeping up with their day to day cleaning It’s not just groceries we go shopping for, clothes,
and then a full clean when it suits them. household goods, basically anything the client’s
  require to make their lives enjoyable and
We clean the whole house including:  comfortable.
INSIDE CUPBOARDS • WINDOWS  Michelle Ward, Director of Quality Home Support

LAUNDRY 07903 265174
We do laundry in the client’s own home which [email protected]
includes washing and drying of garments just the way

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A very fine dining
experience at Stratus

Let’s face it – if you’re going to make the effort Fish Finger Sandwich;
at the moment to go ‘out out’ then it needs to Bread and Butter – monkfish
be worth it. ravioli, bread sauce espumo,
butter sauce
New restaurant Stratus in Queensbury is a full Pumpkin – pumpkin, crème
evening out dining experience that will have fraiche, crisp
you truly gasping at the taste, quality and Anthracite – charcoal, honey
presentation of each and every course. roast cod cheek, puffed
  battered mussel, sea spaghetti
Owner and restauranteur Lee Marshall grew up Pork Rib – BBQ pork rib, torched broccoli, buttermilk
in Hipperholme and his passion for food and hush puppies, pickled mouli, cured egg yolk,
cooking came from his mother, who was a whizz coriander
at pastry.  After training at some of Cornwall’s Pear and Chocolate – poached pear, chocolate
most celebrated restaurants, he decided (with ganache, rum, puff pastry
his parents) to set up The Royal Oak in Ambler Snap, Crackle and Pop – cereal milk ice cream, black
Thorn, Queensbury which fast became a culinary hot bean chimichuri, milk crisp
spot.  From there – Lee built some of the area’s most If, by some miracle, you have room (and a belt notch
iconic restaurants with his culinary flare including La remaining!) – you can opt for an additional Cheese
Cachette – Elland, The Rock – Holywell Green and course which includes a selection of cheeses from
The House, Scholes. Lee’s biggest success was The around the British Isles and France
Design House at Dean Clough which earned many  The timing between each dish being served is perfect
accolades including a 3 AA Rosette Award Restaurant – you can relax, chat and enjoy the atmosphere with
of the Year (Yorkshire Life). the knowledge that you have another dish of wonder
  being lovingly prepared by Lee in the kitchen. 
The recent opening of Lee’s new restaurant Stratus  “Over the years of serving tasting menus, we feel
is a true family affair with support from wife Tammy, we have managed to get the balance right between
his 3 daughters and son and his brother Paul. With flavours, seasons and innovative dishes,” Lee told
Stratus – Lee can now focus on his love of serving the us, “But most of all – the portion size.  What makes
fine dining experience to the people of Halifax (and me happy is that everyone is leaving Stratus feeling
beyond!) full, content and having had a really unique wining
and dining experience.  This is our first menu post
The interior is stunning – warm, light, inviting and opening and we will be updating it once again in
intimate.  Small enough to feel informal yet designed January 2021 – when we’ll all be pleased to bring in a
and laid out in a way to help diners feel safe to enjoy brand new year!”
a much-needed night out in the current climate.
  Brighouse Road, Q ueensbury, B D13 1FF 0 1422 552015
Each day the produce is delivered and prepared Stratusfinedining
The menu is a Multi Course Dinner Menu with the  
additional option of adding a Wine Flight – where
an appropriate wine for each particular dish can be
Each and every one of the courses is a true spectacle
Stratus Cloud – potato, spinach air, truffle, petrichor
Cheese and Onion – caramelised onion soup, cheese

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Nappy Appeal - Supporting the
Calderdale Women’s Refuge

Local appeal from Mothershare

Today marks the start of our nappy appeal to collect Nappies can be dropped off with us here at
nappies and wipes in support of the Calderdale Mothershare, Halifax. The lovely people at Sharma’s
Womens Refuge. We work closely with the refuge store on school Lane have a collection box. You can
which gives shelter and support to some of the most donate at Morrisons Elland by purchasing nappies or
vulnerable women and children in our community. wipes and then leaving them at Customer services
They do truly amazing work every day. The refuge (please make sure they know they are for us).
like most others in the country is full to capacity and
funding has been squeezed to breaking point. The If you are a business or group that would like a
refuge is in constant need of nappies and wipes. For collection box please email or call Carrie Greenbank
the next two weeks we are asking people to donate on 07383 440050
unopened packs of nappies ( any size or brand ) and [email protected]
wipes so that we can fill their cupboards and give
them one less thing to worry about.

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Lottie Shaw’s family bakery is based in Brighouse and we deliver treats
locally across the country for you and your families to enjoy.

If you would like to shop locally this Autumn we are offering a 10% discount
to readers. Simply use the code: SHOPLOCAL when placing your
order online to receive your 10% discount.



£24.00 £32.00 £19.00 £9.50

Use Discount code SHOPLOCAL for 10% off your order. Valid until 30th November 2020.


As well as delivery direct to your door,
we now also offer a click-and-collect
service, to enable you to collect your

online order direct from our bakery in
Brighouse (HD6 4AH). Please be sure to
wear a face mask when collecting, or call
us on arrival and we will happily place

your order in the boot of your car

Our complete range is available to view and order online
or call the bakery on 01484 905227 to place your order.

Lottie Shaw’s Bakery, Unit 1, Thornhills Beck Lane, Brighouse HD6 4AH

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Business Owner
Finance Q & A’s
Introducing our new partners….
Introducing….Ifat Jhugroo

Sleigh & Story is now a 4 Partner Practice! Along individuals and businesses, and announcing the launch
with Peter Sleigh & Debbie Story we are pleased to of a new Job Support Scheme.
welcome Ifat Jhugroo and Jonny Stead as Partners. Key points of the statement include:
Here’s some information about Ifat….

Ifat came to us from a local firm of accountants. She - the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) ended
attained an undergraduate degree and a masters as planned on 31 October 2020;
degree from Bradford University after studying - the new Job Support Scheme provides funding for
Accounting, Finance and Management. She qualified employers who are able to retain employees but on
in 2016. She is a valuable asset to the company, shorter hours. The scheme will initially run for six
offering knowledgeable advice to her extensive months from November;
portfolio of clients. Her practical approach to - taxpayers will be given more flexibility over payment
problems is second to none. Ifat offers advice and of VAT and personal tax bills. Deferred VAT may be
allows clients to manage their business doing what spread over 11 instalments, whilst self-assessment
they do best, leaving the technicalities of accounting, tax due on 31 January 2021 may be spread over 12
number crunching and taxation to ourselves. Ifat has interest-free payments; and
a great wealth of knowledge and the ability to apply - the repayment terms of bounce back loans and other
this to any given situation is first class. She is a go-to coronavirus support loans are to be extended to help
as a font of knowledge within the business. Debbie businesses with cashflow. In particular, a new Pay As
Story said “We are thrilled to welcome Ifat as a Partner You Grow scheme will allow businesses with bounce
here at Sleigh & Story. Since she arrived she has back loans to extend the term of the loan from six to
been integral in developing the firm to embrace the 10 years.
significant changes that have resulted from Making Tax
Digital and staff within Sleigh & Story.” With regard to the news that taxpayers can pay
Q: My mother gave my daughter £5,000 on 1 May deferred VAT and self-assessment liabilities in
2016. She had not made any other gifts in previous instalments, it should be noted that unlike with
years. Unfortunately my mother passed away on 1 the original deferments, instalment plans are not
September 2020. How much of the gift she gave to automatic and must be applied for. For VAT, the
her granddaughter is chargeable to inheritance tax? Government has confirmed that an ‘opt-in’ process
A: Since your mother did not make any other gifts, will be in place by early 2021. For self-assessment,
the gift she made to your daughter will be covered taxpayers can either use HMRC’s self-service time-
by inheritance tax annual exemptions - £3,000 for to-pay facility or contact HMRC’s Time to Pay Self-
2016/17 plus her unused exemption brought forward Assessment helpline on 0300 200 3822.
from 2015/16 (£3,000 available).
Q: What are the latest government support plans for The support for businesses during coronavirus
businesses over winter to help us survive this period (COVID-19) is constantly changing. For the latest
of uncertainty? information go to
A: Chancellor Rishi Sunak has unveiled the collections/financial-support-for-businesses-during-
Government’s winter economy plan, providing an coronavirus-covid-19
update on current coronavirus support measures for
Sleigh & Story Ltd, Thornhill Brigg Mills,
Thornhill Beck Lane, Brighouse HD6 4AH.
You can follow Sleigh & Story on Facebook, or
Twitter @sleighandstory.

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What can you do with
your space?

Signage and Window Graphics:

Your entrance is the first thing your customers and
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Window graphics can be not only influences their
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Wall Art: • Furniture graphics.
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Jolene Head

What is a Lasting Power of Attorney
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Jolene explained “that people are that deals with financial decisions,
often wrong in thinking that if they the other deals with health and
have made a will then the individuals welfare. The LPA allows the attorney,
that they have appointed as executors who can be family members, to
would be able to deal with their deal with banks accounts, pensions,
financial affairs if they became ill, utility providers etc but also to
had a stroke, developed dementia make decisions such as where the
or lost capacity in some other way person lives.”
during their lifetime”.
“As well as having a will in place “By putting a LPA in place during
everyone, regardless of age, your lifetime it removes the burden
should have a Lasting Power of on children should you later become
Attorney (‘LPA’). ill and would avoid a lengthy
and expensive application to the
The will would deal with their estate Court. Such Court applications, if
on death and a LPA that deals with a LPA, isn’t put in place can run to
their estate during their lifetime.” thousands of pounds.
“There are two types of LPAs- one
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individual making the LPA must have which has left them unable to look
capacity to make the LPA and isn’t a after financial affairs or make health
document for those in later life to put decisions for themselves which has
in place. resulted in a very long and very
expensive application to the Court
The age at which people are getting which could have been easily avoided
diagnosed with Dementia can be as had a LPA been put in place when
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9 ways to prevent Face Mask
skin issues or ‘mascne’

Wearing a mask can be hard on your skin. 5. Protect your lips by applying petroleum jelly. Dry
Gentle skin care can prevent your mask from causing skin and chapped lips are common face mask skin
skin problems. problems. You can prevent chapped lips by applying
petroleum jelly to your lips: To prevent breakouts,
Masks play a vital role in reducing the spread of the take care to apply the petroleum jelly only to your
coronavirus. Masks can also be hard on your skin, lips.
causing problems that range from acne and peeling
skin to rashes and itchiness. To help prevent skin 6. Skip the makeup when wearing a mask. Beneath a
problems from developing under your mask, board- mask, makeup is more likely to clog your pores and
certified dermatologists recommend these nine tips. lead to breakouts. If makeup is necessary, use only
products labeled “non pore clogging”.
1. Cleanse and moisturize your face daily. Gentle skin
care can prevent skin problems. When washing your 7. Avoid trying new skin care products that can
face, use a mild, fragrance-free cleanser and follow irritate your skin. Wearing a mask for even a short
these steps. time can make your skin more sensitive. To reduce
skin problems, avoid trying harsh products, such as a
2. Dry skin is a common face mask skin problem. chemical peel, exfoliant, or retinoid, for the first time.
Applying moisturizer adds a protective layer that can
reduce dryness. 8. Wear the right mask. To reduce skin problems,
look for masks that offer the following: A snug, but
3. You want to apply moisturizer immediately after comfortable fit with at least two layers of fabric. Soft,
washing your face – ideally go for a product which natural, and breathable fabric, such as cotton, on the
includes; Ceramides, Hyaluronic acid, Dimethicone inside layer that rests against your skin.
(which can also create a barrier that helps reduce
irritated skin). Wearing a mask that offers a snug, but
comfortable fit helps to protect you and
You can prevent breakouts from your others from the coronavirus. You want a
moisturizer by using a moisturizer snug fit across your nose, on the sides,
formulated for your skin type. When and under your chin.
selecting moisturizer, follow this guide: The fabric is also important. Avoid
Oily skin (or when weather is hot, humid): synthetic fabrics, such as nylon,
Gel moisturizer. polyester, and rayon on the layer that
Normal or combination skin: Lotion rests against your skin. These are more
Dry to very dry skin: Cream likely to irritate your skin and cause
If you have acne or tend to breakouts. 
break out, you can still use a gel
moisturizer. 9. Wash your cloth masks. Many
health care organizations now
4. Apply moisturizer before and recommend that you wash
after wearing a mask. Moisturizer a cloth mask after each use.
can prevent problems, Washing it also removes oils
especially if you have dry or and skin cells that collect inside
sensitive skin. the mask, which could lead to
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What is the pancreas?
November is ‘Kranky Panky’ Acute pancreatitis is a pancreas, patients may
Pancreatitis Awareness Month, sudden inflammation of the need treatment in the form of
but do you know what your pancreas, where it becomes digestive enzymes. Some may
pancreas does? red, angry and swollen. The even need complex surgery
Our digestive system doesn’t main symptom is sudden further down the line.”
get enough credit. It’s highly onset of severe abdominal Guts UK is the only UK
complex, turning food and pain, sometimes accompanied charity funding a research
liquid into the building by vomiting. Gallstones fellowship into pancreatitis,
blocks that our body needs and alcohol account for proudly supporting people with
to function effectively. This approximately eight in ten pancreatitis and their families,
process involves a variety of acute attacks. It can be serious and the only UK charity funding
digestive enzymes and other and life-threatening. Around research into the digestive
substances, breaking food 5,000 of the 30,000 individuals system from top to tail: the
down into smaller molecules. in the UK affected each year gut, liver and pancreas. We
This is where your pancreas will be admitted to ICU. understand that our subject
comes in. Chronic pancreatitis is a long- is seen as ‘taboo’, but we
Almost 40% of the UK standing inflammation of the can’t stress how important it
population don’t know what pancreas. A normal pancreas is to visit your GP if you have
their pancreas does, so it’s no is smooth with a soft surface, digestive symptoms you’re
surprise that 43% don’t know but a damaged pancreas will concerned about, or contact
where to find it in the body. become hard and knobbly. the team at Guts UK – we’re
The pancreas lies in the upper The major symptoms are pain, here to help.
half of the abdomen, behind diarrhoea and weight loss. Learn more about your
your stomach and in front of People may also experience fascinating digestive system at
your spine. It’s salmon pink, six nausea, abdominal discomfort
inches long and about as thick and bloating. Pale,
as your wrist at its widest part. floating, oily stools
“This kipper-like organ is small are also another
in size, but plays a huge role symptom (due to
in digestion,” explained Julie undigested fat in
Thompson, dietician and the stool).
information manager at Guts “Many people who
UK charity. “Our pancreas have an attack of
produces very powerful pancreatitis will
digestive enzymes (juices), spend some time
breaking down food so our being monitored
body can absorb it. It also in hospital and
produces hormones such as once recovered,
insulin. Without a pancreas, our will be able to
body wouldn’t be able to digest lead a normal life
and absorb essential nutrients without symptoms
from the food we eat.” or complications,”
Because our digestive system Julie said.
is so complex, sometimes “However,
things can go wrong. sometimes if
Pancreatitis occurs when the an attack was
pancreas becomes inflamed, severe or regular
which can present as ‘chronic’ enough to cause
or ‘acute’. permanent
damage to the

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General Across
Knowledge 1. French town that serves as a ferry port to

England (6)
7. Acting game, popular at Christmas (8)
8. Steal cattle (6)
10. Brie or Edam, for example (6)
11. Plant fibre used to make rope (5)
13. Japanese art of flower arranging (7)
16. Person whose duty is to throw troublemakers

out of a bar (7)
17. Group which released the 2006 album Stop

the Clocks (5)
20. Overland journey by hunters (6)
22. Formerly the basic unit of money in Spain (6)
24. Daughter of a sovereign (8)
25. ___ dancers, traditionally associated with May

Day (6)
1. Country, capital Nicosia (6)
2. Communist state of Asia (4)
3. Sloping mass of loose rocks at the base of

a cliff (5)
4. Item commonly eaten on Shrove Tuesday (7)
5. Live-action film about a piglet (4)
6. Capital of Finland (8)
9. US novelist, creator of Tom Sawyer (5)
12. Worship of images (8)
14. Alloy of copper and zinc (5)
15. Unit of relative loudness (7)
18. Equal portions into which the capital stock of

a corporation is divided (6)
19. Involuntary muscular contraction (5)
21. ___ Karenina, novel by Leo Tolstoy (4)
23. Large container (4)

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Would you like to grow some fruit in your garden, spring followed by shiny cherries in the summer
but are a bit short on space? There’s a simple also means that they make an attractive plant
solution: make the fruit work in more ways than for a sunny, sheltered patio or back yard. When
one. Fruit trees, canes and bushes need not be you buy your cherry make sure you ask for one
just productive and tasty, but can also be made on what is called a ‘dwarfing rootstock’, such as
to perform other functions in a garden – and Gisela 5, meaning that the variety you select has
with a bit of extra thought and creativity, you been grafted on to a different cherry – one that
can make best use of their good looks too. Fruit will ensure it does not get too big.
plants are available at most times of year, but it If space is really limited then there are many
is between about now and early next year that types of fruit that take up extremely little space.
the widest selection is available from specialist You can either get varieties sold as Ballerina
fruit nurseries as ‘bare root’ plants, and this is apples or, for even better value and to increase
also the perfect time to plant fruit. the range of varieties you can choose from,
A simple and otherwise boring metal arch can choose cordon apples or pears and simply train
easily be transformed into a fruity delight if you them vertically. These will form columnar trees
train tree fruit such as apples or pears up the that can be spaced 60-90cm (2-3ft) apart. To
vertical sides and over the top. Make sure you keep the shape good and compact, you’ll need
have perfect pollination (and so maximum crops) to prune the fruiting laterals in summer and
by choosing two different apples, one planted restrict the height of the trees to 1.8-2.4m (6-8ft).
up each side of the arch. Choose apples in Perfect for planting at the front of a vegetable
the same pollination group and they will each plot or a flower border, a stepover is basically
pollinate the other. You can use cordon apples trained to form just one ‘arm’ of fruit to the left
or simple ‘whips’ (basically a straight stem and and one to the right. You can buy these ready-
the least expensive way to buy fruit). A good fruit trained and the horizontal arms are generally
tree nursery will be able to advise you as to the about 45cm (18ins) above ground level, meaning
best combination to grow. that you can easily step over the apple. Covered
Cherries can do surprisingly well in a large with blossom in spring and fruit later in the
pot or planter, or in a wooden half-barrel. The summer, they look great and taste wonderful too!
combination of their lovely white blossom in

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now being
taken for
Jan 2021

We love our new kitchen. Thank you to Mark and Mark and Lesley are a
Mark and Lesley were Lesley for guiding us fantastic team who offered
really helpful from the very through the design of our great ideas and advise.
start and guided us through new kitchen and dining The whole process of
the process of selecting the room. Your assistance in ripping out our old kitchen
best options for our kitchen. selection of colours of and installing our new one
The actual fitting was cabinets, glass splash- went like a dream. We are
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everything was done very tops and selection of new kitchen and wouldn't
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efficiently. Would definitely excellent. Your dedication Town Kitchens.
recommend! to your customers’ Deborah White
Richard Broome requirements are second to
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Negas has been established over 15 years and pride “As a company - we work closely with only the
themselves on offering a wide choice of boiler main leading trusted brands, this is to ensure
solutions and service options. that all appliances should be trouble-free, as our
customers should expect,” said Paul, “We are proud
Run by Paul and Julie Wainwright - they have an to be Worcester Bosch approved installers, which
excellent local reputation and provide a full boiler allows us to give our customers the benefits such as
supply, install and follow-up care service. long extended guarantees which include parts and
“We are able to deal with a range of different jobs
from installation to repair and service contracts,” said Their central heating systems are individually sized
Julie, “Our engineers have extensive experience in for each own requirements; the quote is always
the gas industry and are all apprentice trained. We carried out by a qualified experienced engineer. The
are confident you will like our service.” quote is free and Negas provide advice and support
on the best system for your home and the best
The staff at Negas have a wealth of experience in all service and boiler after care package. All of their
areas, from sales to technical skills and the manager engineers attend regular manufacturers training days
insists on an ongoing training programme which which enable us to provide comprehensive cover.
includes manufactures training courses.

“When you book in a service you
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date and on the day of the service
you get a text when the engineer
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most installers we also carry out
repairs to all domestic natural gas
appliances. Our company policy
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All repairs are fully guaranteed for
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Fireworks Phobia their enclosure could be covered by a blanket
for extra insulation and soundproofing. If you
If your pet becomes really distressed during are planning to bring them indoors just before
bonfire season, it could be that they have the fireworks are likely to start, then introduce
‘firework phobia’. this a week or two in advance.
RSPCA animal behaviour expert Dr Samantha Finally if you are using fireworks yourself, try
Gaines says: “Firework phobia in pets is a to stick to traditional celebration dates like
treatable condition and we recommend planning Bonfire Night, when most animal owners will
ahead to help your pet cope. For example, if be expecting fireworks and will hopefully have
your dog really seems to suffer, your vet may made preparations to help their animals cope.
suggest referral to a clinical animal behaviourist
to teach him/her to deal with the sounds, or
suggest the use of diffusers which disperse
calming chemicals into the room.”
It is also a good idea to provide your dog with
a safe haven – perhaps under some furniture
or in a cupboard – and it is best to get them
used to this before the season starts. Choose
somewhere quiet and help him to learn that
being there is positive and that no harm will
come to him. You can do this by giving him toys
or a variety of chew toys.
Small animals that live outside should have lots
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