Tandridge/Edenbridge Chronicle May 2012
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Don’t lose a shed load warn police
Hockey team finish on top form
EDENBRIDGE Ladies Hockey Club have been celebrating after finishing as Champions of Kent Division 3 and securing promotion into Kent Division 2. The team drew their last game against Holcombe Ladies 4’s, which gave them the extra point to put them ahead of Sevenoaks Ladies 5’s by goal difference alone.
Edenbridge 1st XI leave the season behind undefeated and
finished top of the Kent league- wide performance table. Captain Jenni Lingard said: “I’m so proud of the team. “This is the third year running we have been promoted and it’s all down to the determination and hard work of everyone.”
The hockey club train on a Tuesday evening at Edenbridge Leisure Centre between 7.30 and 8.30pm.
Fun day raises charity cash
MORE than £1,200 was raised at the John Frankham Fun Day held at The Swan in Edenbridge in aid of Edenbridge Mencap.
Thanks go to Boots, Paydens, Debonhair, The Barbers, Bladez, Contented Pets, Bradfords, The Crown, Gerry Hicky, Kevin Haydon, Dave McGill, Dominic Jordan, Keith Gallier, Shirley Hancock, Bill Anderson, Kent & Surrey Golf Club, Lingfield Park Racecourse, All Cake Makers, Eden Valley Cars, Relyon, Westerham Garage, Side Salad, the Co-op, Topfoto Gallery, John Surtees, T. Allman, Chic Dress Agency, Micky Clarke, Jacques, The Swan, Raina and all their helpers.
POLICE officers were out on the streets of Oxted and Hurst Green giving advice about shed security following a number of break-ins reported in the Tandridge district. Neighbourhood specialist officer PC Bill Kirsch said the idea was to raise awareness and give residents some practical advice to reduce the risk. “There are many, many ways of securing your shed,” he explained. “Visual deterrents, for instance, are fantastic.” Other items demonstrated on the Surrey
Police’s ‘Don’t lose a shed load’ roadshow outside Morrisons included alarmed padlocks, brackets to chain up valuables and iron bars, which fit across shed doors. For more details on the roadshow, and security advice for your shed please visit www.surrey.police.uk/sheds
School’s strictly come fundraising
IT was a slightly unusual fundraising event which took place at the Effingham Park Hotel. After many hours of hard work (and some tears and tantrums!) over several weeks, 12 contestants – staff and parents at The Hawthorns School, Bletchingley – took to the floor with their professional dance partners.
They dazzled the 400 guests, made up of
staff, parents and friends, with their light footwork and exciting choreography as they whirled, kicked and flicked their way round the dance floor.
The eventual winner of the spectacular competition was Ian Randall, a father of one of the Year 6 pupils, with two of the teachers, Mel Thomas and Hannah Knight in second and third place respectively.
Joanne OʼReilly from Oxted received a free shed alarm from PC Bill Kirsch
Delight for gardeners
RHS multi-award winners Julian Dowle and Roger Platts will be at Lingfield and Dormansland Community Centre on Saturday, 19 May at 2pm.
They will be joined by local experts Sylvia Parker of Lingfield Horticulture Society and Chartwell’s head gardener Giles Palmer.
Tickets cost £10 each and are available by calling 01342 833893 or by emailing enquiries@lingfield centre.org
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