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free. For further information about the new daytime run- ning group, please contact Liz Cooper on 01444 236140 or email dougandliz.coo- per@btinternet.com


Burgess Hill Runners are also looking to open a ju- niors section for 11-14 year- olds early on a weekday eve- ning. Please contact Stuart at


stuartcondie@gmail.com or 01444 232187 if you are interested in this.


Ashurst Wood Village Players


We are delighted to be back in business after an absence of 18 months and proud to announce that our next pro- duction will be Alan Ayck- bourn’s terrifi c comedy- thriller “IT COULD BE ANY ONE OF US” which will run


for 4 nights in November at The Village Centre, Ashurst Wood. Doors open 7.30, Curtain Up 8.00. Licensed Bar and Tea/Coffee. Tickets are £6 for


Wednesday 9th, £7 for both Thursday 10th & Friday 11th and £8 for Saturday 12th November, available from Monday 17th October from either The News Store (Post Offi ce) Ashurst Wood, Bullfrog Music in East Grin- stead or by calling David Woodard on 01342 313322 or Vicki/Martin Jeremiah on 01342 300494.


Swimalong


Time to get your goggles and towels at the ready! St Peter & St James invite you to help us raise funds by taking part in their fi rst ever SWIMALONG at The


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Triangle Leisure Centre in Burgess Hill on Saturday 8th October 2011 and need individuals and teams of up to six swimmers to take part.


Participants are asked to raise sponsorship for the number of lengths com- pleted in a 50 minute ses- sion; there is no minimum sponsorship, but there will be a small prize for the in- dividual and team who raise the most! Entry is £10 per adult and £5 for children aged 8-11. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Everyone who takes


part


will receive a goody bag and medal. Terms and condi- tions apply.


So why not come and join us? Get fi t, have fun and raise much needed funds. We only have 220 places available so don’t delay - get swimming


today! Please contact 01444 471598 and ask for Pauline in Fundraising.


Ditchling WI


Ditchling WI has been going continuously since 1917 and is one of the oldest in the country. In


2012 we shall


hold our 95th celebration on the Green in July.


Perhaps you are unaware of what the WI can do for you? It was fi rst established to help women in rural communities by offering friendship and education. Today we still aim at offer- ing friendship and a means by which we can learn new skills and improve our knowledge over a wide range of subjects. The Eat Sussex Federation and Den- man College Oxford both fa- cilitate this.


NEW REQUIREMENTS in FAMILY LITIGATION


This year the Rules have changed relating to separating couples who cannot reach agreement over issues regarding their children or finances. Since April the Rules require them to consider mediation as a way of reaching agreement before court proceedings are commenced.


HOW WILL THIS WORK? Ideally, both parties should attend a mediation information and assessment meeting (MIAM). The meeting, conducted by an accredited mediator, explains how mediation works and how it may enable them to reach a solution. Eligibility for publicly funded mediation is also considered.


SO WHAT IS MEDIATION? Mediation is the process by which parties meet with a neutral third party, a mediator. The role of the mediator is to facilitate discussion between the parties with the aim of helping the parties work towards ways of reaching solutions acceptable to both. A mediator is trained to remain neutral and, although many mediators are lawyers, they cannot offer either party advice but can give both parties information about the court process and the law.


Yvonne Cordwell of Stevens Son & Pope is a qualified Mediator and is accredited to undertake MIAM appointments


Stevens Son & Pope Jubilee House | 56-58 Church Walk | Burgess Hill | West Sussex | RH15 9AN Tel: 01444 246377 | Fax: 01444 870919 | Email: info@ssandp.com | www.ssandp.com


SUSSEX LIVING 101 October 2011


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