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Cycletta – Inspiring women to cycle


In 2011, Participate Sport Ltd launched the women only Cycletta cycling se- ries, inspiring nearly 2,000 women of all abilities to get on their bikes and ride alongside Olympic and World Track Champion Vic- toria Pendleton.


2012 will see seven Cy- cletta events being held across England, one of which will be based on Plumpton Racecourse and the surrounding area, in- spiring more women than ever


before to take part


and by doing so support- ing Cycletta’s Charity Part- ner, Macmillan Cancer Support. The Cycletta in Plumpton will be held on 30 September.


Riders will face a 40km, safely managed route on quiet country roads, with treat stops based along the route, and the very popu- lar pamper zone based at the finish in the Cycletta Village. Al riders will be able to tap into pre-event training advice, cycle fash- ion wear, and a range of motivational


information


to make the buildup to Cy- cletta fun and enjoyable. To register, please visit www.cycletta.co.uk.


Age UK, Hassocks


The Age UK charity shop in Hassocks urgently requires volunteers.


If you can spare a few hours to help out, please call Bev on 01273 845754. 5 Orion Parade, Hassocks, West Sussex BN6 8QA.


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How does your garden grow?


A ‘Gardeners Forum’ with Jean Griffi n from the BBC Radio Sussex (pictured) pro- gramme Dig It will be held at Adastra Hall in Keymer Road, Hassocks on Friday 9th March at 7.30pm. The evening will be sponsored by South Downs Nurseries and Jean will be pleased to answer any questions and queries that


come her way. Admission is £3 and tickets are avail- able from Pavilion Electrics in Hassocks or by ringing 01273 845291. There will be refreshments available and a raffl e will be held during the interval, so please come along for an enjoyable, in- teresting and informative evening.


Proceeds will fund re- search into Crohn’s Disease. For details call Dorrie Mot- tram on 01273 845291.


Sussex – we want to hear from you


On the Rampion Offshore Wind Farm proposals


HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT THE PROPOSED OFFSHORE WIND FARM?


YES, E.ON ARE TRAVELLING AROUND SUSSEX TALKING TO EVERYONE ABOUT IT.


We’re proposing a development for an offshore wind farm around 13km from the Sussex coast at its nearest point. The site could accommodate an installed electrical capacity of up to 700 megawatts (MW). We estimate this could generate electricity for the domestic needs of the equivalent of around 450,000 homes* each year.


We’re holding 12 public exhibitions across Sussex, with some being held in coastal towns and others near the proposed cable route. The events being held locally in your area are:


Albourne – Saturday 17 March from 10am to 6pm Albourne Village Hall, Main Hall, The Street, Hassocks BN6 9DJ


Henfield – Tuesday 27 March from 11am to 6:30pm


Henfield Village Hall, Main Hall, Coopers Way, off High Street BN5 9DB (rear of Budgens)


For further details about the project and consultation, visit eon-uk.com/rampion or call 01273 694 876 (9am-5pm, Mon-Fri). We look forward to seeing you at one of the exhibitions.


E.ON Climate & Renewables UK Rampion Offshore Wind Ltd Registered Office: Westwood Way Westwood Business Park Coventry CV4 8LG Registered in England and Wales No. 7199847


* Based on an average annual domestic household electricity consumption of 4,700KWh (DECC) and wind speed data from our existing offshore wind farms in UK waters. This will be updated as Rampion site specific data is gathered.


SUSSEX LIVING 93March 2012


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