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Contents

November 2017

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HOT IN HERE

Maggie Alderson’s homes

with statement fireplaces

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108

SET THE TONE

Get your rich winter shades on

with Helen Barton’s party picks

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GROW YOUR OWN HEDGE

Jo Arnell’s recommendations

for a fruitful crop

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48

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NOVEMBER NOTEBOOK

Fill your diary with hand-picked

events going on around Surrey

PURE IMAGINATION

We explore George Clarke’s

Shed of the Year

GET THE LOOK

Emulate the Swanboroughs’ style

CUDDLE UP

Warming winter furniture and

accessories for your interior

HOME TO SHOP

A behind-the-scenes look

at one of Hastings Old

Town’s trendiest boutiques

GET THE LOOK

Take some styling tips from

David and David’s home

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BEAUTIFUL GIFTS

Jo Fairley’s ultimate presents

for beauty addicts

NURTURE IN

NOVEMBER

This month’s bitesize

health news

DIY BEAUTY

Make your own natural

skincare with Karen Gilbert

PICK & MIX

Delicious pizzas fresh

from the Ballymaloe

Cookery School kitchen

FESTIVE SIDEKICKS

Spice up your Christmas meal

with side dish recommendations

from local chefs

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REMEMBER, REMEMBER

Susan Elkin’s historical roundup

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FABLES FROM THE FARM

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HOUSE OF THE MONTH

1.

Hot In Here

Maggie Alderson finds homes with cosy fireplaces

When did you last get your chimney swept? If you can’t remember,

you’d better hope Mary Poppins’ Bert knocks on your door

some time soon. At least once a year is the rule, even if you

only light your fire, or woodburner at weekends and the odd evening – if

you’re regular lighters, you should have it done again mid-season. It’s the

soot, missus, what done it, you see. It packs onto the inside of the chim

chimeney and turns into creosote, which is a right regular flammable

substance, cor blimey, strike a light – or maybe don’t. Cue: dance routine.

Once you’ve got that sorted you can sit back and soak up the heat. Because there

isn’t anything better, as the evenings start to cool and nights draw in, curtains closed

earlier each day and another layer of cashmere no longer enough, than lighting a real

fire and relishing the enveloping warmth… A proper fire really does create a heart to

a house, drawing everyone to it and together. Even teenagers find they are tempted

to venture from behind their tightly closed doors. Cats and dogs own the hearth, of

course. Even the operation of building it, stoking it and poking it is part of the joy.

I enjoy regular arguments with my husband over it, as he seems to be convinced I

don’t understand the basic physics of it – while I consider myself a virtual Brunel of

newspaper spill and kindle engineering. It’s all about getting the oxygen in and under

and round. If he says ‘not that piece, it’s too big, you need to get air under it’ to me

one more time from a supine position on the more comfortable sofa, I might throw

a fire iron at his head. But in my crouching position, in front of the woodburner, as

I wait to see if the first log has taken properly and I can retire to my position on the

less comfortable sofa, I quickly get over it, because a live flame is so mesmerising.

That is the primordial appeal of the real fire. The hot flickering light

which our ancestors were the first species to tame and press into use. So

dangerous – so useful, so cosy. Whether you have a woodburner, or the less

efficient – but temptingly lovely – classic open fire, the key thing is to have

a wonderful fireplace to enjoy it by. Here are some houses on the market

with splendid ones of various styles. Chim cher-ee, chim cher-oo.

1.

1. The Old Farm

Where? The Old Farm is superbly

positioned within the Givons Grove Estate, ten

minutes from Leatherhead, with rail links under

an hour to London Waterloo, in the Surrey

Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The property is surrounded by breathtaking

countryside with views to the Surrey Hills.

What? This wonderfully rambling house

dates from 1560 and is believed to have

started as the coach house to the local manor.

There are Tudor features throughout with

leaded windows, parquet flooring and exposed

beams, a superb inglenook fireplace and a clock

tower and parapet with spectacular views. On

the ground floor a drawing room, dining room

and a lovely snug all give onto the enclosed

rear courtyard. A further conservatory and

family room lead out to the main courtyard

and gardens, with a further sitting room and

snug to the side. Upstairs are five bedrooms,

two of them en suite, and a family bathroom.

There are a further two bedrooms, plus

bathroom and sitting room in the guest

annexe and a separate one-bed cottage in the

grounds. Outside are mature gardens and a

seven car garage plus further outbuildings.

How much? The Old Farm has a guide

price of £2,900,000. Sotheby’s Cobham

01932 860537 sothebysrealty.co.uk

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2. Greywell House

Where? Greywell House sits in

a secluded and tranquil spot among

detached houses in large grounds

within The Hockering private

estate, a mere fifteen minutes’ walk

from Woking station with trains

to Waterloo in 23 minutes.

What? A substantial and elegant

family house. There are three well

proportioned south facing reception

rooms, plus a kitchen/breakfast/

family room with doors to the terrace

and garden, which can be entered

via the garage. There is also a media

room and a games room and a cellar

below. Upstairs the impressive master

bedroom suite has his and hers

separate dressing rooms, a balcony and

spacious en-suite bathroom. There is

one more bedroom suite with dressing

room and bathroom, as well as six

further bedrooms and two further

bathrooms. Outside there are various

outbuildings and a swimming pool.

How much? Greywell is

on the market with a guide

price of £3,250,000, with

Knight Frank, Guildford. 01483

565171 knightfrank.co.uk

3. Whitebridge

Where? Whitebridge can be

found in the sought-after village of

Crondall with superb rural views.

Fleet Station is 4.6 miles with trains

to Waterloo in under an hour.

Farnham town centre is 4.3 miles.

What? A stunning Grade II listed

family home, offering light and flexible

accommodation throughout. The body

of the house dates back to the 17th

century, sympathetically renovated.

The drawing room has an original

inglenook fireplace, now fitted with

a log burner. The triple aspect open

plan kitchen/family/breakfast room has

a vaulted ceiling. Also on the ground

floor there is a drawing room, dining

room, study, utility and boot room.

Upstairs there is an en suite master

bedroom with a dressing room, four

further bedrooms, a bathroom and a

shower room. There is a large mature

garden with a swimming pool.

How much? The guide price is

£1,800,000. Contact Savills, Farnham

on 01252 729002 savills.com

4. June Farm

Where? June Farm is nestled in the Surrey

Hills, ideally positioned just two miles from all

the facilities in Reigate (trains to London Bridge

or Victoria in under 40 minutes) and only four

from Redhill (only 25 minutes to town) and

equally handy for Heathrow and Gatwick.

What? June Farm is an exceptional Grade

II listed country property dating from the

17th century. The farmhouse and barn have

been restored and modernised with a dramatic

sweeping roof said to be by Sir Edwin Lutyens.

The dining hall, with its splendid fireplace,

is double height, with a viewing gallery. The

octagonal study links the main section of the

ground floor to a wing with four bedrooms,

three bathrooms, a kitchenette and sitting/

play room. All of the bedrooms in the main

section of the house are en suite. There is access

from the master suite directly into the garden

close to the swimming pool. The gardens and

grounds are as much a feature as the house,

with a curved ha-ha separating the gardens from

the paddocks. The pool house has a changing

area, shower room and fully fitted kitchen and

external seating area. There is a gym, hobby

room, vegetable garden, greenhouse, tennis court

– and a model village. The equestrian centre is of

professional standard with stalls for 14 horses.

How much? June Farm is listed at

£4,950,000 with Strutt & Parker, Guildford

01483 306565 struttparker.com

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Ben Swanborough’s garden is built to the design of his daughter, Elsie

Children often have dreams of making a magical space of their own,

but it’s not often that they are able to make their dreams come

true. Elsie Swanborough has been able to do just that, making the

story of the Mushroom House one that has not only won hearts – but also

the coveted ‘Shed of the Year’ competition, as sponsored by Cuprinol and

announced on George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces programme on Channel 4.

Despite being “away with the fairies – in the nicest possible way,” as her father

says, Elsie, now aged 13, is definitely not a dreamer. Instead of just fantasising about

a mushroom shaped house, she commissioned it to be made. Luckily for Elsie, her

father Ben, a garden designer, is hands-on and able to manage everything from design

to the build. “When Elsie first asked me, ‘Dad, will you build me a mushroom house

in the garden?’ I said – yes, and we talked about it, and I kept meaning to start on

it, but various things got in the way. Then one day she said, ‘When are you going

to build the Mushroom House? I have saved up £500. Will you make it?’”


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This page: The toughened glass window in the floor of the

Mushroom House is two inches thick, so you can stand on it, or

lie on the floor and look down to the river below

They set to work. “We cleared the patch of dead space at

the bottom of the garden and I did a sketch on paper,” says

Ben. “The space dictated the shape and how big it could be.”

Initially it was just going to be a round building, but Elsie

insisted that in order to be a mushroom house, it had to

have a stalk. “I had some four metre lengths of oak ready


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Above: Ben sourced the Mushroom House’s quirky windows from salvage fairs. He found the stained glass window at a car boot sale

to use,” Ben explains. “I used four big oak sleepers to make

the frame and keep it steady and strong, then I constructed

an oak frame for the top floor with treated softwood and

cedar too. The roof and walls are clad in cedar tiles.”

The Mushroom House couldn’t be built all in one go,

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They got a bit carried away with some of the ideas, so the

original £500 didn’t go very far. The building extends out

over a small river and so Ben has installed a window in

the floor, so that you can look down into the water.

It is Elsie’s continued inspiration and interest that not

only got the project off the ground, but launched into the

stratosphere. “We were watching George Clarke’s Amazing

Spaces one day,” says Ben. “Elsie said; ‘Dad, do you think

we could get the Mushroom House on? We had to send

designs and plans – not that I had any!” He laughs, “So

we sent pictures. They said, ‘we love it! It’s perfect for

Shed of the Year’. And then the pressure was really on.”

“In the end they gave us some more time,” Ben says, “and

we were the last to be photographed, which helped.” Last,

but patently not the least. Since winning, the mushroom

shed has had lots of media attention. “It’s been all over

the place, national newspapers, BBC Radio 2, even on the

ITV news. Who knows where it will lead… Last year’s

winner now makes sheds for other people and has brought

out a book. You just don’t know what will happen from

this.” Ben is hoping that winning the title will help to

launch a business making bespoke garden buildings. “It

would be great,” he says, “I’ve really enjoyed making the

Mushroom House and I’d love to do some other projects.”

Although not trained in design, Ben’s creative flair must

have something to do with the fact his great uncle was Thomas

Cooper Gotch, an English Pre-Raphaelite painter and book

illustrator. Elsie and her older brother Sebastian are also good

at art. “I’ve definitely inherited the ‘quirky junk shop finds’

side of things from my mother. I love going round junk

yards, looking on Ebay, finding things.” The vintage inspired,

quirky look is not just confined to Ben’s award-winning

shed, however. It turns out that the interior of their house

in the pretty village of Chiddingfold is just as unique.

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Above: When the family moved in, they added a new kitchen

and bathroom to the main house Left: An old French chateau

shutter on the living room wall is displayed like a piece of art

above an illuminated coiffeur unit from a French hairdresser’s,

picked up in Lille at the Braderie France, a massive flea market

The family have lived in the house for over 10 years, but as

Ben explains: “When we first saw it I wasn’t that keen. I didn’t

like the windows for a start and decided that maybe this wasn’t

the house for us. However, I once drove through Chiddingfold

when I was younger and said to myself that I wanted to live in

the village. What I didn’t realise when we came to see the house,

because we entered the village from a different direction, was

that it was in the village of my dreams.” So they bought it. But

what about the windows? “They would have cost thousands

to replace,” he says, adding, “I’ve learned to live with them.”

The interior of the house was not ideal either. “It

was not to our taste when we moved in, but it was very

clean and tidy. We put in a new bathroom and kitchen,

took up the carpets and sanded the floorboards,” says

Ben, adding, “now we need to do them again!”

The walls throughout the house are painted in pale grey

shades – Farrow and Ball’s ‘Hardwick White’ and ‘Mouse’s Back’

predominate. Elsie’s bedroom is pure white and is calm and tidy,

save for a single rustic oak shelf packed full of teddies and toys.

This shelf may well have sparked the idea for the shed. “She

wanted a woodland creature theme for her bedroom,” says

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“I love quirky bits and bobs; I go for

colours, I like old toys, as much for the

colours as for the objects in themselves.”

Ben, “and I guess the Mushroom House is an extension of that.”

“When it was time to redo the front room, my wife Sammy

was a bit fed up with all my clutter in the dining room, so we

went for a calmer look in here.” The furniture is mid-century

modern. “I still wanted the industrial theme, so the streamlined

look of the fifties and sixties worked well, as it has a vintage edge

too,” says Ben, who clearly has an artist’s, as well as a collector’s

eye. “What’s so great is that they’ve always been moaning


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This page: Although not trained in design, Ben’s creative flair must have something to do with the fact his great uncle was Thomas Cooper

Gotch, an English Pre-Raphaelite painter and book illustrator. Elsie and her older brother Sebastian are also good at art.“I’ve definitely

inherited the ‘quirky junk shop finds’ side of things from my mother. I love going round junk yards, looking on Ebay, finding things,” he says

at me and wanting normal rooms, but when the film

crews came in, they loved it, so no one complains about

my stuff anymore, it’s all come good.” He laughs.

There’s an old French chateau shutter on the living room

wall, displayed like a piece of art and hanging above an

illuminated coiffeur unit from a French hairdresser’s, picked

up in Lille at the Braderie France, a massive flea market.

“It’s great. They hold it each year and it takes up the whole

of the town. They close all the roads. It’s a big thing.”

There are more vintage finds in the kitchen. An enormous

chandelier twinkles above the dining table, which has been

cleverly made from scaffolding poles and boards. “The light

was Sammy’s idea. I wanted three pendant lights, but she put

her foot down.” The green industrial looking cupboard is

from Hastings, it came from a factory and smelled horribly

of oil for a while. Ingeniously, Ben has used reclaimed

floorboards on the wall: “It was almost like putting a decking

frame against the wall, into which I cut shelves and alcoves,

hiding speakers and an industrial lamp in the wall,” he says,

adding, “I love quirky bits and bobs; I go for colours, I


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In the dining room Ben has used reclaimed floorboards on the wall: “It was

almost like putting a decking frame against the wall, into which I cut shelves

and alcoves, hiding speakers and an industrial lamp in the wall.”


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This page: When Ben and Sammy moved in, they removed the

carpets and sanded the floorboards

like old toys, as much for the colours as for the objects in

themselves.” On one wall is a vintage chocolate dispensing

machine. “We bought that – together with a soap and towel

machine – at a pop up antique shop in a Turkish night

club. It was great, we went a few times, and then one day

it had all vanished.” This all sounds rather Harry Potter.

The Mushroom House itself sits in a corner at the bottom

of the garden, slightly overhanging a little stream. “Initially

there was just a little door downstairs, but we realised

that no adult would want to come in this way, so I put in

another entrance straight into the upstairs section,” says Ben.

“I’ve had the little gothic door for ages that came from an

Arthur Swallows fair at Loseley Park and I guess it’s inspired

part of the Mushroom House. It fits the theme well.”

In the ‘stalk’ of the mushroom there’s an ingenious


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Above: The master bedroom is a peaceful haven of white

storage bench and table and a small staircase leading up into

the ‘cap’. “The steps have drawers in but the deadline for

finishing was so tight that I decided to make a climbing wall

instead and so there’s just one step at the bottom with a drawer

containing a special treat store.” The big wooden pole in the

centre of the house was put in as an afterthought. “I put it in

when I started building the roof,” says Ben. “It gives support

to the roof, but also gives it the treehouse feel, as if the trunk

of a tree is growing up through the middle of the house.”

The magical, quirky windows are from salvage fairs and the

stained glass panel came from a car boot sale. Ben remembers:

“The windows were cheap, but in order to comply with

health and safety, we had to put toughened glass panels

over them, so they ended up being very expensive.” The

toughened glass window on the floor is an inspired idea:

it’s two inches thick, so you can stand on it, or lie on the

floor and look down to the river below. There’s a matching

roof window too, for staring up at the stars above.

Ben has made a little wooden kitchen area from

larch cladding, the perfect place for preparing toast and

hot chocolate. “The larch keeps its bark on and looks

more magical like that. I just sanded and oiled it,” he

says. It is these little things – the attention to detail, the

finishing touches and themed accessories that helped the

Mushroom House win the title ‘Shed of the Year’.

Just as we’re finishing our chat, Elsie comes in and talks

enthusiastically about the wonderful house. “Me and my

friends designed the Mushroom House in year five,” she says,

“but I didn’t think it would come this far. When we went on

the stage and they announced it and then we won, I was

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Elsie’s bedroom is pure white and is calm and tidy, save for a single rustic oak

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so happy.” She continues, “My friends love it,

my brother loves it. It’s calm and cosy to sleep

in but you can only have 2 or 3 people inside.

It is sometimes too hot or too cold and there

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Spiders aside (or even inside), it is clear that the

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Home to Shop

Craving a dramatic change from the stresses of London life, David Page

and his partner, David Baker, chose to set up home – and shop – in

Hastings Old Town. And they couldn’t be happier that they did...

Words: Jo Arnell Photographs: David Merewether Styling: Helen Barton

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This page: The living room was the first

room David and David decorated. The

laths on the wall opposite the window

are exposed, all the insides and plaster

removed. This pared back, skeleton

wall works beautifully, opening up the

whole space, the effect enhanced by the

stained glass window in the door

Popular music from the 1940s is

playing, there are Moomin plates,

knitted cacti, fragrant candles,

Majolica cabbage bowls. I have landed in

shop heaven, gazing around at a colourful

cavalcade of things I really want to buy. We

are in Hastings Old Town and this is Shop

House Hastings. Excuse me while I just

buy these cards and then we’ll get started.

It could be the lure of the sea, the

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Above: The impressive fireplace in the sitting room was an Ebay find, the surround wallpapered instead of tiled using paper from

Vintage Bird

Georgian architecture, the wonderful mix of eclectic shops

and the unique character of the Old Town, the smell of fish

and chips, or even the siren cry of the seagulls (maybe not

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Page says when we sit down in the kitchen behind Shop

House Hastings, “it’s such a contrast from London – like a

different planet; the sea, the countryside; you have the best

of everything here, a quality of life.” Like many who dream

of escape from the rat race David and his partner, David

Baker, were living in London, but not always enjoying

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Houseplants are found in every room

of the house, including the shop. David

loves plants. “When we moved we had

to have a separate removal van just

for the plants,” he says, smiling.

it. “We weren’t able to appreciate it,” he says. “I was always

too tired, busy working – and doing the daily commute.”

At first the couple tried using Hastings as a weekend

retreat, but it got harder and harder to go back. “We

bought a house in Ashburnham Road – we would come

down every weekend and go back on Monday. At first it

was Monday morning, but it got later and later. Then we

would take Tuesday off…” David smiles. Despite wanting

to move away from London, making the break was not

that easy. David moved down first to look for work. “I was

on holiday really though, at least that was what it felt like.

Then I saw this.” He gestures around him and says that

for months they must have walked past the shop, “It was

an invisible building, and then suddenly it was there.”

The property had been on the market for a while,

but David explains that he didn’t think it was easy for

people to see through the emptiness of the shop – and

the fact that the whole of the interior was painted black.

“It was like something from Harry Potter,” he laughs,

“more of an anti-show home.” The building was not

without charm though, with high ceilings, exposed

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Above: Exposed brickwork cocoons the staircase which rises just behind the shop, going up through the centre of the building. It

provides a great backdrop for David and David’s paintings and photographs

brickwork and period features, including some wooden

shutters in the bay window of the upstairs sitting room.

“The shutters reminded me of Holland, when I went as

a child,” says David. “I made an offer there and then.”

The couple were suddenly on a tight schedule. “We

bought the house on December 10th and the shop had

to be opened in April,” David remembers. Undaunted,

they didn’t waste time, painting over the black walls as

they moved in. “We used Valspar paint from B&Q, as it

covers so well and hid the black.” David had a clear idea


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Above: The bedroom has a decidedly forest feel with wood

panelled fireplace and mossy green walls – the perfect backdrop

for more of the couple’s collection of houseplants

of what was needed, which was lucky, as four months is

an incredibly short turnaround time in which to launch

a shop. It was also the dead of winter and the house had

no central heating. “At one point when we had a leak

in the ceiling and it was in the minuses I thought ‘what

have we done?’” he says. “So I just put more and more

clothes on – people thought that I’d really lost weight

when the spring came and the weather warmed up.” He

grins. While the Davids were busy painting on the inside,

the scaffolding went up on the outside and the whole

building was painted blue. It makes a strong statement.

“When you stand at the top of the hill and look down,

it’s easy to spot the shop.” David laughs. “It’s about

branding. I learned that at The Conran Shop.” (He was

floor manager there before the move.) “You only get one

chance to get it right, you’ve got to have a strong look.”

Although most of the black was eradicated from the

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“Two weeks in, while we were painting, I fell down the

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David had a clear idea of what was

needed, which was lucky, as four months

is an incredibly short turnaround time

in which to launch a shop. It was also

the dead of winter and the house had no

central heating. “At one point when we

had a leak in the ceiling and it was in

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more clothes on – people thought that I’d

really lost weight when the spring came

and the weather warmed up.” He grins

“No, we were on such a tight deadline, I had to get up

and carry on painting, covered in bruises.” The staircase

has become a striking feature in itself, rising just behind

the shop, going up through the centre of the building.

It provides a great backdrop for all their paintings and

photographs, many of their two cats, the handsome

Cyril and more delicate Vera. “Vera sometimes sits in the

window of the shop, but Cyril isn’t allowed, as he’s too

clumsy and knocks things over.” There are other intriguing

mementos and some very effective light boxes made from

magic lantern slides, bought from Robert’s Rummage

shop across the road for £1 each. “I will always have lots

of pictures on the walls,” says David. “Photo albums

are static and not often looked at. When we go up or

downstairs, it’s like opening a diary. You remember where

you were and what you were doing when the picture was

taken or the piece was bought, or who gave it to you.”

The living room was the first room they decorated. The

impressive fireplace was an Ebay find, the surround has

been cleverly wallpapered instead of tiled using paper by

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door to Shop House Hastings. This room feels particularly

open and bright, benefitting from the light pouring in

through the big bay window with the wooden shutters. In

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are exposed, all the insides and plaster removed. This

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glass window in the door. Almost knocking out the wall

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“When we moved we had to have a separate removal

Left: Nestled below a windowsill of tropical

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This page: Decorative apothecary bottles line the shelves

surrounding the bathroom mirror

van just for the plants,” he says, smiling. “I need greenery

and we don’t really have a garden, so I have brought

it inside. A lot of the plants are from Mao Bramall at

Shimizu, the florist’s further along the high street.

David is an artist by training and began his career

making paper and metal sculptures. “That was how I

first started at The Conran Shop,” he explains. “I got a

commission to make 150 paper and wire sculptures for

their window.” He has also worked in a French home

fragrance company based in Provence, and at Cox &

Power the jeweller’s. “I’m obsessed with fragrance – I

had to do spot tests all the time when I was there,

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brand of candles that appear to satisfy the obsession.

“They are soya based, with such amazing fragrance.”

His experience at the jewellers taught him more about

the detail. Shop House Hastings had to have a homely

feel – “as if you are going through someone’s house,”

David explains. “The detail gives you that too. I wanted

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had to make them. First we cut each one in half and

then we painted them all by hand – it took ages.” Part

of the same ethos is to keep moving the stock and


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This page: Strategically placed mirrors illuminate the potentially light-starved staircase that leads down to the stockroom in

the basement

regularly refreshing the theme. The window display is

changed once a month and the Christmas window is

becoming an eagerly anticipated treat. David clearly

enjoys this creative aspect of the job. “The Christmas

display has been planned for months,” he says with glee.

“We have all heard that retail is detail, but it is also

about a sense of style and having a clear vision of the

business and its direction. It’s not about commodities,”

he says. I suspect he’s aware of the irony; the house

and shop are packed full of commodities. But it’s not

just stuff; everything in the house has memory and

meaning and David is also careful about what he buys

for the shop. “We sell things we would buy as gifts for

friends or family.” And that never stands still. “I had

particular friends in mind to buy for – and now I have

new friends, so the shop has evolved. New things came

– toys for children, things that last – nothing to do

with fashion or trends,” he says, adding, “some people

really surprise me, some spend a lot of money and you

don’t think they will. People buy from the shelves –

and they form emotional attachment to things,” says

David (I can hear those Moomin plates calling me).

As we sit in the colourful cosy kitchen behind the shop,

painted a cheerful primrose yellow, (“all kitchens should

be yellow,” declares David), I admire the collection of

blue and white china and the way that items originally

from the shop mingle happily with their other

possessions. The atmospheric music comes drifting

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5. AFTERNOON TEA

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2.ROLLING PIN

7. NUTELLA

Gifts for...

6. BOOZY CHRISTMAS

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2. Vintage Bake Ceramic Rolling Pin, £19.50, M&S

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and Books, America Ground, Hastings 4. DIY Gingerbread House

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Seduction sloeseduction.co.uk 9. Smeg SMF01 Stand Mixer in Cream,

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4. WISHBONE NECKLACE

Gifts for...

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Pop a little sparkly something

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Gifts for...

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Her

6. APOLLINE

Cosy up with tactile knits and little luxuries

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Gifts for...

3. WRISTEES

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little somethings to make her smile

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6. ROSE GOLD TILE MATE

2. ANTOINE AND LILI

4. LIMERICK BOOTS

5. DKNY PURSE

7. WONDERBOOM

8. ENGLAND JET CHAIN BAG

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10. FOXY SOCK SET

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Street, Cranbrook 6. Exclusive Rose Gold Tile Mate, £29.95, John

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8. Helen Moore England Jet Chain Bag, £68, Fenwick Tunbridge

Wells fenwick.co.uk 9. Bailey Double Frill Block Heel In Coral

Faux Suede, £29.99, Ego ego.co.uk 10. Totes Foxy Mug and Sock

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Bucket Bag, £155, Folli Follie follifollie.co.uk 12. Powder Faux

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1. RJR JOHN ROCHA GLOVES

2. SOCKS

4. CHECK SHIRT

5. CANVAS BAG

Gifts for...

6. CHRISTMAS JUMPER

Him

Useful gifts to keep your favorite

gentlemen merry all year round

7. DANISH

9. DRESSING GOWN

8. ETON

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4. Red Tartan Shirt, £32, Topman topman.com 5. Fitzroy Grip Large Cotton

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11. Beoplay E8 In-ear Wireless Headphones in Black with Case, £259, B&O PLAY, beoplay.com

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Jo Fairley selects the best Christmas

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I’m one of the only women in Britain who can’t really

give beauty gifts. The assumption of the recipient

is that because I’m a beauty editor, lucky enough

to be on the receiving end of truckloads of product

every year, most gifts-of-gorgeousness must have been

freebies and are therefore high on the Scrooge-o-Meter.

The bottom line with any beauty gift for me, though, is

quite simply: would I be happy to receive this myself…?

And these most certainly tick that box, big-time.

So: let’s start with some can’t-fail-to-please stocking

fillers/Secret Santa gifts/teacher pressies…

Incredibly good value is the Kneipp Herbal Bath

Collection, £5.95 (at lookfantastic.com): a kit of three of

this fabled therapeutic brand’s bath oils, in Balancing

Lavender, Back Comfort Devil’s Claw and Cold Season

Eucalyptus. Beauty Kitchen Love Me Little Princess Kisses

Bath Bombs, £12 (Holland & Barrett), are naturally

scented with cinnamon and patchouli; from a ‘kitchen

table’ beauty brand, these are skin-friendly, slightly

more sophisticated alternatives to the knock-you-outat-100-paces

bath bombs that every teenager seems

to swoon over. And fill the stocking toe with this:

Aromatherapy Associates Precious De-Stress Time, £9

(aromatherapyassociates.com) is a 9ml of their wonderful

De-Stress Muscle Bath & Shower Oil – same shape as a

satsuma, even more fragrant and w-a-y more soothing.

(It can also be dangled from a tree as a decoration.)

And now for the grander gestures

– in ascending order of price.

Kaffe Fassett On Point Cosmetic Bag, £18. I’ve one

of these brightly coloured, tapestry-inspired makeup

bags and it’s become my favourite-ever – as

capacious as Mary Poppins’s handbag. It’s just one

of countless fab Christmas offerings from brilliant

British bath and body/fragrance brand Heathcote

& Ivory; I seriously suggest an on-line mooch

through their offering at heathcote-ivory.com.

Burt’s Bees Naturally Red Lips Gift Set, £19.99. Proving

that natural beauty and glamour can go together like

Santa and his sleigh, a three-piece kit from Burt’s Bees

that includes a Tinted Lip Balm, Lip Shimmer and

award-winning Lip Crayon for a ‘statement’ red lip

that’s good enough to eat (were you so inclined).

REN Energising Festive Sea(son), £22 (worth £25).

I hate wasteful Christmas packaging – those scent

‘coffrets’, for example, which are basically destroyed

when you take out the plastic display liner. But REN’s

beautifully illustrated gift boxes this year will most

definitely have a second life – perfect for stashing

jewellery or desk accessories. This kit contains their fab

new Atlantic Kelp & Magnesium Anti-Fatigue Body

Wash and Exfoliating Body Scrub, together with the

Energising Lotion – great pick-me-ups for tired bodies.

Benefit I Left My Heart in San Francisco, £24.50

(worth £57.22), exclusive to Boots. No Christmas

gift guide is ever complete without something from

Benefit, who never fail to thrill with their witty

packaging (this year inspired by the Summer of Love

in San Francisco, where Benefit has its roots) – and,

most importantly, the contents. Benefit’s fun-funfun

product names belie the fact that they offer some

of the best face ‘fix-its’ out there, and this contains

some of my favourites: The POREfessional, Hoola,

Roller Lash, Gimme Brow and Browvo! Primer.


Perfume Society VIP Subscription, £25 p.a. You’ll be able

to buy this in person at Wealden Times Midwinter Fair,

where The Perfume Society – which I co-founded three

years ago – has a stand. Along with a VIP Subscriber

card and a joining box that brings the different fragrance

families alive through samples and accompanying

‘smelling notes’, the recipient will enjoy event invites

and access to our award-winning online magazines: six

issues a year, ensuring that any perfume-lover’s finger

is firmly on the pulse-point of all things fragrant.

Rituals Travel Set Skincare Men, £29.50. Not been

inside a Rituals store lately? Truly you don’t know

what you’re missing – there are some world-class

home fragrances, all the packaging’s been stylishly

zhooshed, and their Christmas gift sets are fab. Most

of the gift boxes (which are colourful and unbranded)

can be reused – with the exception of this men’s set

(because men just don’t do that, do they…?). A great

skincare set for any guy, though, featuring the Samurai

range as a Magic Shave, Cleanse, Energize Face Balm

and Shave Repair. Sure beats socks and pants.

Annick Goutal Trio Candle Coffret, £39. There are

of course a million scented candles out there – and

lots of splendid seasonal limited editions – but I’m

very taken with this, showcasing three 70g votive

sizes of their celebrated Eau d’Hadrien, Ambre

and the deliciously wintry Jardin d’Hiver.

Charlotte Tilbury Magic Mini Brush Set, £49. Some

time ago I literally switched all my make-up brushes

for a set of Charlotte’s. Not for nothing are they known

as ‘Charlotte’s magic hands’ – because they’re such a

key element of this make-up dynamo’s ability to create

showstopping red carpet and backstage looks. (I could

never do a decent smoky eye until I got one of Charlotte’s

smudging brushes.) This chic wine-coloured faux

snakeskin clutch features defining, blending, contouring

and smudging brushes with usefully shorter handles.

NB This is the beauty gift I plan on giving myself.

YOU Beauty Advent Calendar, £60 + £3.95 p&p

(worth £230). OK, so I can personally attest to how well

this annual advent extravaganza goes down – because I

most certainly do give these every year, to my very, very

‘besties’ (and at this price they’re under no illusion that I

get them as freebies!). The advantage, for me: by handing

these out before the end of November in time for advent,

I’ve done-and-dusted several names on the Christmas

list. This year’s calendar seems even more stonkingly

rammed with product than usual – and would my nearest

and dearest look away now, lest it spoil the surprise

of upcoming daily offerings from REN, ESPA, Ciaté,

bareMinerals, Moroccanoil – and so on, for 24 windows.

Aromatherapy Associates Time to Sleep, £68

(aromatherapy associates.com). I make absolutely

no apologies for featuring two AA products in this

guide – they’ve long been a go-to brand for me, both

personally and when gift-shopping. This features a

full size 55ml Deep Relax Bath & Shower Oil – one

capful’s like knockout drops at the end of the day –

along with a Relax Body Oil and a stress-soothing,

sleep-beckoning rollerball. Again, the box – with its

starry London skyline – is a keeper. Slightly more

affordably – though I’d say, what price a good night’s

sleep? – delight any zzz-challenged friend with This

Works Deep Sleep Pillow Spray Supersize, £35 for

250ml (three times the size of their regular, clinically

proven Deep Sleep spray). It’s a limited edition so just

don’t snooze when it comes to shopping for this.

Jean-Paul Gaultier Snowglobes, £80.50 for Classique

Eau de Toilette, £64.50 for Le Male 125ml. Just the

cutest! Iconic fragrances presented inside clear domes –

and when you turn them upside-down, the torso bottles

appear through the snowflakes. True collectables.

Jo Fairley is co-author of The Beauty Bible series of

books – and for more beauty and fragrance updates

from her, visit beautybible.com and perfumesociety.org.

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Nurture in November

Surrey Homes chats beauty regimes with stylist and singer Helen Barton

Do you have a beauty

regime? To call it a regime

would be stretching it

a little. I like to keep it

simple, but there are a

few things I swear by. If

I’ve worn make up then

I use a Neal’s Yard eye

make-up remover and

a Weleda perfume-free

facial cleanser. I wash my

face with cold water and

use a small amount of

coconut oil morning and

night. Health starts from

within, and looking after

my internal wellbeing is

an absolute priority. Yoga

and meditation practice

happens daily, I drink

Petal Power

We tried the aromatic Petal

Face Cream from Stephanie

Slade’s botanical range.

Made from plant extracts

and oils, including rose

otto and geranium, it helps

to nurture and re-balance

sebum production and create

even skin tone. Other key

ingredients include avocado

oil, high in vitamin D, and

lots of water, supplement

neem and turmeric for

gut health and consume a

diet of around 70% raw

fruits and vegetables.

Do you have a particular

product you couldn’t live

without? I use coconut

oil for my face, body, hair

and for oil pulling (using

it like a mouth wash). It’s

a bit soapy to begin with,

but works a treat and is

a lot better for you than

the harsh chemicals used

in normal mouth wash. I

don’t go anywhere without

a lip balm, especially in

winter. Although I don’t

wear a lot of make-up, I

love a red lippy and always

have one on me if I need

to look a little smarter.

What’s your ultimate

pampering treat? I’m not

hugely interested in beauty

treatments but I had an

Ayurvedic massage in India

last year which totally blew

my mind. It was one of the

most surreal experiences I’ve

ever had, and the massage

was relatively brutal. They

finished the treatment

by pouring hot oil over

the beauty industry’s latest

‘must have’ Hyaluronic acid

to hydrate and plump out

the skin, reduce fine lines and

improve texture. Our verdict?

Post cleansing, the cream left

our skin feeling nourished and

hydrated and the subtle floral

and citrus scent is divine.

Petal Face Cream costs £24

for 45g or £12 for 15g.

my head and giving me a

scalp massage which was

heaven. I felt incredible

afterwards and slept better

the following week than

I have my entire life! So,

one of those every now and

again would be lovely.

Who’s your style icon? I

adored Amy Winehouse as

a teenager, and, although

I don’t wear gold hoops

and thick eyeliner any

more, her influence is still

present when I’m singing

and performing. The same

goes for singers like Ella

Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday

as their presence on stage is

so inspirational. Regarding

dress and style, I think Iris

Apfel is amazing. She wears

what she wants and always

looks fabulous.

Helen is a stylist and

seamstress. She sings in a

swing band (Big Swifty)

and a close harmony girl

band (The Ninety-Nines)

singing funk, jazz and

bluegrass. Find the bands

on Facebook and Instagram

for bookings and contact

helen@helenbarton.co.uk for

styling and fashion work.

stephanieslade.co.uk. See

Stephanie Slade at Wealden

Times Midwinter Fair on

16,17,18 November at The

Hop Farm, Paddock Wood.

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Packed with

goodness

This popular fruit is more

than just a ‘super food’.

From simple avocado

on toast to the latest

‘avolattes’, its reputation

can’t be ignored. With

a soft, rich buttery

texture, avocados aren’t

just delicious, they also

have a long list of health

benefits: packed full of

vitamins, minerals and

fibre, they are high in

monounsaturated fat

and healthy oils which

are good for your heart

and help lower blood

pressure and cholesterol.

It doesn’t stop there, the

feel-good factor continues

with benefits to skin,

hair and energy levels.

So, the good news is this

mouth-watering, dairyfree

avocado chocolate

mousse is good for you!

For 6 servings: add 4

tablespoons maple syrup,

5 tablespoons coconut

milk, a pinch fine sea

salt and 2½ tablespoons

cacao powder to 100g

melted dark chocolate.

In a food processor whiz

together the chocolate

mixture with the ripe

flesh of 2 avocados until

smooth. Divide between

6 small serving glasses and

chill for at least 3 hours.

Decorate with shavings

of dark chocolate or

fresh berries and serve.

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Food

Pick mix &

When Philip Dennhardt decided to start

making handmade pizzas in the woodburning

oven at Ballymaloe Cookery School in County

Cork, Saturday Pizzas was born. Since then this

once-a-week event has become so popular that

diners have queued out the door just to get

their hands on one of Dennhardt’s creations.

Here, he shares three delectable recipes that

are bound to appeal to every appetite.

Recipes: Philip Dennhardt & Kristin Jensen

Photographs: Mowie Kay

Styling: Emily Kidd, Maud Eden & Jo Harris

Pancetta with Tuscan kale, Parmesan and chilli oil

Makes enough for 2 x 25 cm (10 in) pizzas

One of the best things about working from the Ballymaloe

Cookery School is being able to source fresh produce from

our own 100-acre organic farm. It’s an incredible luxury to be

able to choose ingredients from whatever is ripe and ready to

be harvested. Tuscan kale is one of the vegetables that thrives

almost all year round in the glasshouses. Also called cavolo nero,

do snap some up when you see it. Regular curly kale works on

this pizza too, but needs a bit longer in the oven to wilt down.

2 balls of pizza dough

(recipe on page 147)

160ml (⅔ cup) tomato

sauce (recipe on page 147)

a few stalks of Tuscan kale

or curly kale

2tbsp olive oil

250g (2 cups) grated

mozzarella

100g (3½ oz) pancetta,

either thinly sliced or cut

into lardons

2-4 tbsp finely grated

Parmesan

2-4 tbsp chilli oil

fine sea salt and freshly

ground black pepper

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Food

1. Preheat the oven to 250°C/480°F/gas

mark 9 or as high as it will go. Place a

pizza stone or an upside-down baking

tray in the oven to heat up too. Get all

your ingredients and equipment ready,

including taking the dough out of the

fridge 1 hour before you’re ready to cook.

2. Cut the kale away from the tough ribs,

then chop the tender leaves into bitesized

pieces or slice them into even-sized

shreds. Place the kale in a bowl, drizzle

with half of the oil and season with salt

and pepper. Toss to combine using your

hands, until the kale is coated with the

oil. This adds extra flavour and also

helps protect the kale from the heat

of the oven so that it doesn’t burn.

3. Stretch the pizza dough by hand or

roll it out. Sprinkle a pinch of salt

evenly over the dough, then brush

a little olive oil onto the rim with a

pastry brush to help it turn golden.

4. Using a ladle or big spoon, pour the

tomato sauce in the centre of the dough.

Spread it over the pizza in concentric

circles with the back of the ladle or

spoon, leaving a 2.5cm (1 in) border

clear around the edges for the crust.

You only want a thin layer of sauce.

5. Place a handful of the grated mozzarella

in a mound in the middle of the dough.

Use your palm to spread it out evenly

across the pizza, leaving the edges clear

for the crust. Scatter the pancetta on

top of the cheese, aiming to get a good

balance of ingredients across the pizza.

6. Check that there is no liquid on the peel or

board or your pizza won’t slide off. Shake

the board gently to see if the pizza will

move. If it doesn’t, lift up the pizza with a

dough cutter or spatula and sprinkle a little

flour on the board until it does move easily.

7. Slide the pizza off the peel or board onto

the pizza stone or upside-down baking

tray in the hot oven. After 4-5 minutes,

take it out and scatter the kale evenly

across the top. Return the pizza to the

oven for about 3-5 minutes more, until

the kale has just started to wilt (curly

kale needs to cook a little longer than

Tuscan kale). You want the bottom and

the crust to be cooked through and

golden and the cheese should be melted.

8. Remove from the oven again, transfer

to a wire cooling rack, then sprinkle

over the grated Parmesan and drizzle

with chilli oil. Allow to stand for 1

minute before cutting into slices.

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Food

Figs with goat’s cheese, rocket and honey

Makes enough for 2 x 25 cm (10 in) pizzas

Don’t miss your chance to make this classy pizza when figs

are in season. Because there is no sauce, use the best fruit,

cheese and honey you can find.

2 balls of pizza dough

(recipe on page 147)

2 handfuls of rocket

2 tablespoons olive oil

4 fresh figs, each

sliced into eighths

80g (⅓ cup) soft

goat’s cheese

runny honey,

for drizzling

fine sea salt

1. Preheat the oven to 250°C/480°F/gas mark 9

or as high as it will go. Place a pizza stone or

an upside-down baking tray in the oven to heat

up too. Get all your ingredients and equipment

ready, including taking the dough out of the

fridge 1 hour before you’re ready to cook.

2. Place the rocket in a bowl. Drizzle with a little olive

oil and season with a pinch of salt (there’s no need for

pepper). Toss to coat all the leaves with the oil. This

adds extra flavour and also helps protect the rocket

from the heat of the oven so that it doesn’t burn.

3. Place the figs in a separate bowl and drizzle

with a little olive oil. Toss gently to make

sure all the figs are lightly coated with oil,

handling carefully so they don’t break up.

4. Stretch the pizza dough by hand or roll it

out. Sprinkle a pinch of salt evenly over

the dough, then brush all over with a really

nice olive oil to help it turn golden.

5. Scatter the figs on top of the dough, then dot

small knobs (about ½ teaspoon each) of the

goat’s cheese between the figs, aiming to get a

good balance of ingredients across the pizza.

6. Check that there is no liquid on the peel or board or

your pizza won’t slide off it. Shake the board gently

to see if the pizza will move. If it doesn’t, lift up the

pizza with a dough cutter or spatula and sprinkle a

little flour on the board until it does move easily.

7. Slide the pizza off the peel or board onto the pizza

stone or upside-down baking tray in the hot oven.

Cook for 7-10 minutes, but start checking after

5 minutes – you want the dough to be cooked

through and golden. The figs should be soft and

will have started to release their juices and the

goat’s cheese may be slightly charred in places.

8. Take the pizza out of the oven. Drizzle with

honey and scatter the rocket evenly across the

top. Return the pizza to the oven for only 30

seconds to 1 minute more, until the rocket has

just started to wilt. Alternatively, skip this step

and add the honey and rocket when the pizza is

done – the rocket will still wilt slightly from the

residual heat of the pizza. Remove from the oven

again and transfer to a wire cooling rack. Allow to

stand for 1 minute before cutting into slices.

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Food

Classic pizza dough

Makes enough for 2 x 25cm (10 in) pizzas

I like to use half ‘00’ flour and half strong white flour, but

you can use all of one or the other. Be warned, though, that

if you use all ‘00’ flour you will probably need to add a little

extra, as otherwise it will be a very wet dough that might be

hard to work with. I always make this dough at least 24 hours

in advance of using it.

200ml (¾ cup + 4 tsp

cold water

300g (2 cups) ‘00’ flour

or strong white flour, plus

extra for dusting

½ x 7g (¼ oz) sachet of

fast action dried yeast

1tsp fine sea salt

1. Pour the water into the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with

a dough hook, then add the flour on top of the water and

add the yeast and salt in separate piles. Mix for 10 minutes

on a medium–low speed. For the first few minutes it will

look shaggy and you might be worried that it won’t come

together, but leave it be and by the end of the 10 minutes

the dough should be smooth, springy and slightly sticky.

Check the dough after a couple of minutes, though, to see

how it’s coming along. If it’s really dry and isn’t coming

together, add another tablespoon of water. If it looks really

wet, add another tablespoon of flour. Alternatively, if you

don’t have a mixer, you can knead the dough by hand.

2. Sprinkle your work surface with a little flour and tip

the dough out onto it. Knead it by hand a few times to

bring it together into a smooth, round ball that holds

its shape well and springs back when you poke it. If it

doesn’t pass those tests, knead it for 1-2 minutes more.

3. Using a dough cutter or a sharp knife, cut the dough in

half. Pressing it firmly into the work surface, roll each piece

into a smooth round, like a tennis ball. Put the dough

balls on two side plates or a baking tray dusted with flour.

Cover tightly with clingfilm/plastic wrap or soak a clean

tea towel in cold running water from the tap and wring it

out really well, then cover the dough with the damp cloth.

Place the covered plates or tray in the fridge for at least 6

hours, but ideally overnight or even up to 48 hours to let it

have a long fermentation and a slow rise. The longer you let

the dough sit in the fridge, the more flavour it will have.

4. Take the dough out of the fridge 1 hour before you want to

cook the pizzas, making sure you keep it covered with the

clingfilm/ plastic wrap or damp cloth so it doesn’t dry out.

When you’re ready to shape the dough, dust a pizza peel

or a thin wooden chopping board generously with flour.

You can either stretch the dough by hand or use a rolling

pin. If you’re using a rolling pin, dust that with flour too.

5. Take the rested dough ball off the plate or tray using a

dough cutter or a bowl scraper, making sure the dough ball

stays round at this point. Place the dough ball onto the

floured peel or board and dust some flour on top of the

dough too. Press down the middle of the dough with your

fingers, but don’t press the edge of the dough ball, as that

will be the crust later. It should already look like a little pizza.

6. The dough is now ready to be stretched

by hand or rolled out.

Tomato sauce

Makes 800ml (3⅓ cups)

This sauce is so versatile. Not only can you use it

for pizzas, but it works well as a simple pasta sauce

too and it can be frozen for up to six months.

1tbsp olive oil

1 onion, finely chopped

1 celery stick, finely chopped

½ carrot, finely chopped

1tsp fine sea salt

freshly ground black pepper

1 garlic clove, finely

chopped

2 x 400g (14oz) cans of

good-quality whole plum

tomatoes

1tsp sugar (optional)

1. Heat the olive oil in a saucepan set over a medium–

low heat. Add the onion, celery and carrot and season

with the salt and some freshly ground black pepper

to taste. Cover the pan and sweat the vegetables

for 8-10 minutes, until soft but not coloured.

2. Add the garlic and cook, uncovered, for just 1 minute, until

fragrant. Add the tomatoes and simmer for 3 minutes on a low

heat. Good-quality canned tomatoes don’t need to be cooked for

very long, plus the longer you cook the sauce, the more water

evaporates and the thicker it becomes, which isn’t the consistency

that you want – pizza sauce should be thin but not watery.

3. Whizz the sauce with a hand-held blender until smooth,

or you could leave it a little chunkier if that’s what you

prefer. Taste and check for seasoning – add a teaspoon of

sugar if the tomatoes are too bitter or acidic. The sauce

is now ready to be used right away, or it will keep in the

fridge in an airtight container for up to a week or it can be

frozen. This recipe makes enough sauce for five pizzas.

These recipes have been adapted from Saturday

Pizzas from the Ballymaloe Cookery School by Philip

Dennhardt and Kristin Jensen, published by

Ryland Peters & Small (£16.99). Photography by

Mowie Kay © Ryland Peters & Small

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Festive Sidekicks

Looking for something a little different to spice up your Christmas Day repertoire?

SH asks chefs for their favourite dish from their own restaurants’ Christmas

menus and to give their side dish recommendations to try at home

The George Inn,

Robertsbridge, East Sussex

This year, Stuart our Head Chef is celebrating his

10th year of employment with us here at The George.

His favourite dish is The George Christmas Parcel.

It has all your favourite tastes of Christmas dinner

including roasted turkey, homemade pork and apricot

stuffing, local chipolatas wrapped in smoked bacon

and cranberry sauce, (but not a sprout in sight!)

all wrapped up in puff pastry and shaped into a

Christmas present parcel. This is served with a lovely

homemade roasting gravy and fresh vegetables.

Our unusual side dish is Bubble & Squeak Rosti

This serves 4 / makes 8 rostis








450g potatoes (choose approx. 3 even sized potatoes)

75g spring greens or green cabbage

50g grated mature local Cheddar (use a

good mature one with a strong flavour)

1tbsp plain flour

25g butter

1 dessertspoon olive oil

salt and pepper

1. Scrub the potatoes and simmer gently. Drain

once cooked and keep to one side to cool.

2. Shred the greens and drop into boiling water for

2 minutes just to soften. Drain and pat dry.

3. When the potatoes are cooled, peel and

grate. Season with salt and pepper.

4. Add grated cheese, greens and toss together

lightly (you don’t want to break up the potato

strands too much so do this gently).

5. Shape the mixture into rounds approx. 3

inches (7.5cm) wide and 1cm thick. Press

firmly and form into little cakes. Dust with

flour and they will keep in the fridge.

6. Preheat the oven to 220°C/425°F. To cook, place the

rostis on a baking sheet, brush with melted butter

and oil. Place on the top shelf of the oven for 15

minutes then turn over for a further 10 mins.

7. These are delicious served with cold meats,

chutneys and a Christmas cheese board.

The Goudhurst Inn, Goudhurst,

Kent & The Tickled Trout,

West Farleigh, Kent

Executive Chef for Hush Heath Estate, Fabio Vinciguerra’s,

favourite dish on our Christmas menu at The Goudhurst Inn

and The Tickled Trout is Beef Wellington because this makes

such an impressive centrepiece for a special festive celebration.

The crisp pastry has a shiny golden brown crust, and as you

slice the filling reveals layers of the finest ingredients. We are

talking prosciutto, mushroom duxelles and beef fillet cooked

medium-rare and coated with just enough mustard. This

dish oozes with meaty juices, and it is packed with flavour.

For our unusual side dish we’ve chosen Celeriac Purée and

Bordelaise Sauce (to accompany the Beef Wellington)

Serves 6

1 celeriac, peeled and cut into small cubes

200ml vegetable stock

200ml cream

30g butter

zest of ½ orange

salt

black pepper

For the Bordelaise sauce:

50g butter

3 shallots, diced

2 sprigs of thyme

200ml red wine

1. Place the cream, vegetable stock and celeriac in a

large saucepan over a medium heat. Bring to the boil,

then lower the heat and simmer for 20 minutes.

2. Blend, stir in the butter and orange

zest and season to taste.

3. Meanwhile, prepare the Bordelaise sauce. Place the

butter, shallots and thyme into a saucepan with a

pinch of salt. Cook and stir until caramelised.

4. Add red wine and simmer until the

pan juices are thick and syrupy.

Take a look at The Goudhurst Inn

and Tickled Trout’s Festive menus online at

thegoudhurstinn.com / thetickledtrout.com

Browse The George’s Christmas menu

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Jo Arnell explains how to ensure you

have pick of the crop at home...

The hedgerows are packed with deliciousness right now.

There are elderberries for sauces and wine, rosehips for

syrups and cordials, wild plums, apples, cobnuts and

sloes. A veritable forager’s feast awaits at the edges of fields and

roadways and it can be great fun heading out to harvest free

food, giving added purpose to autumn walks and satisfying

our inner hunter-gatherer. If you would like all the joys of a

hedgerow harvest without the muddy trek out into the fields, or

a hedge with added purpose, why not grow one of your own?

Vertical allotments

When is a hedge not a hedge? When it’s a vertical

allotment! If you haven’t got room for a fruit or vegetable

garden, growing upwards, rather than outwards could

be the solution. Choose the right plants – apples, pears,

plums and blackberries and you could even grow a linear

orchard. Most of these are trees, but they can be pruned to

become more of a hedge and will stay fairly neat and well

behaved – as long as you keep them regularly pruned.

Go nuts

Hazels and filberts (collectively known as cobnuts) can be

grown as part of a mixed hedge, or on their own as more

of a nuttery. An additional benefit to the nuts are the nice

straight stems that grow when hazel is coppiced. These provide

sturdy plant supports, wigwams or bean poles in the vegetable

garden. Hazel within a mixed native hedge will also help to

support local wildlife (unfortunately this does include hungry

squirrels), as nuts are packed full of nutritious fat and protein,

ripening in the autumn just before creatures such as dormice

go into hibernation. Cobnuts provide a valuable source of

high energy food to help them get through the winter.

Sloe, sloe, quick-quick sloe

If you want to establish a fast-growing hedge, then blackthorn

(sloes are the fruit), or hawthorn – commonly called

quickthorn – will rapidly establish and knit together into

a thorny barrier. Both hawberries and sloes are edible. It

is a bit of a process making the haws edible (they seem to

be stuffed with sawdust and need much straining through

muslin), but sloes slip easily into gin… (see recipe below).

Sloe gin

Pick enough sloes to half fill a clean Kilner jar, about

1lb. Prick all over or put in the freezer overnight. Put

in jar with 4oz granulated sugar. Fill jar with gin

and stir well, seal and leave for at least 6-8 weeks,

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Gather ye rosehips

The rose blossom and hips we see in country hedges are

usually those of Rosa canina, the dog rose, a climbing species

that scrambles its way through our hedgerows. It has dainty

single blooms in white or pale pink and scarlet hips follow

on the arching stems and persist well into the winter. Rosa

rugosa is a species bush rose and makes an excellent hedge

on its own, or as part of a mixed hedge. It is vigorous and

needs a firm hand – prune hard in February and remove

any suckers that pop up over the growing season. This rose

is available with flowers of white or pink, but it really comes

into its own in the autumn, when the huge hips, like cherry

tomatoes, are set off by the buttery yellow autumn foliage.

Rose hips are packed full of vitamin C and make a lovely

cordial or sauce for puddings and ice-cream, but need a fair

amount of macerating and straining (they’re not quite as

bad as the itchy hawberries) due to the quantity of pips.

Rosehip syrup

Crush 2lbs rosehips and put into 3 pints

boiling water. Bring back to boil, remove from

heat and let stand for 10 mins. Strain through

jellybag and when it ceases to drip, return to

pan with another 1½ pints boiling water. Reboil

and allow to stand as before, strain. Mix

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The diversity within the hedgerow supports a wide variety of

wildlife, both the living things growing within it and the habitat

that exists at the base among old leaves and dead wood. A

hedgerow provides a natural corridor for the wildlife to travel

along, providing cover and a connection between different

areas. As hedgerows continue to decline though intensive

farming practices, our gardens are becoming places of refuge

and shelter for many wild creatures. Providing them with the

food that they naturally prefer to eat can help to sustain them.

Planting

This is the perfect time of the year for planting a deciduous

hedge. It is much cheaper to buy bare-rooted plants, or

whips and they will establish roots over the winter and

get going quickly during the following spring. Prepare the

ground well, removing weeds and grass. If the plants are

bare-rooted, a sprinkling of mycorrhizae will help to feed

and encourage good initial growth. Apply it directly onto

the roots as you plant – it will only work effectively if the

mycorrhizae are in direct contact with the roots. Plant at


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the recommended rate for the species and then mulch with

an organic manure or spent mushroom compost – this will

help to conserve moisture and prevent weed germination.

Pruning

Regular pruning will keep your hedge tidy, but a productive

hedge does also need to be left to set blossom and fruit, so

remember not to prune off too many flowers, or you will be

cutting off future harvests. An edible hedge will never be quite as

smart as a tightly clipped evergreen such as box or yew, but with

the right management it will look both respectable and inviting.

Winter is the best time to prune a deciduous hedge, either with a

sharp pair of shears, or an electric hedge trimmer. Hedges should

not be pruned during the nesting season (March-August).

Cooking your hedge

Making jams and jellies

The important thing to remember when making jam is the

pectin content of the fruit. Pectin is what makes the jam

set. Fruits that are high in pectin include apples, crabapples,

quince, blackberries, hawthorn berries, plums. The addition

of an acid, such as lemon juice will help to draw out more

pectin (citrus pith also contains pectin). Setting point is

reached when the jam is at the correct temperature – and

kept there for 4-20 minutes (some are quicker than others).

The set can be tested for by dropping a small amount onto

a cooled saucer – if it wrinkles when pushed with a spoon

the jam is set. The best flavours are from jams that have not

been cooked too long. When you are making hedgerow jam,

just match the amount of fruit – in whatever combination

you like, or can find – with sugar in a ratio of 2:1 (i.e. 2 kilos

of fruit to one of sugar), adding a little water if necessary.

Elderberry ice cream

500g elderberries (destalked)

sugar to taste

juice of ½ a lemon

½ pint double cream

2 egg whites

Put the berries into a saucepan with a little water,

a sprinkling of sugar and the juice of half a lemon.

Simmer for about 45 minutes, or until the berries

have gone very soft. Leave to cool, and then push

the berries through a sieve. Whip half a pint of

double cream until it stands in peaks, and in a

separate bowl whisk two egg whites until stiff

enough to tip the bowl upside down. Mix the

cream, eggwhites and elderberry syrup together.

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Susan Elkin stresses the importance of teaching children the history behind many of our seasonal celebrations

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Ted Hughes, often a bit lugubrious, called

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which seems a bit hard for the season of bonfires,

traditions and looking forward to Christmas.

I do think, though, that many schools miss a topical trick

or two in November. Halloween on 31 October dominates

the start of the month and many schools are full of American

style carved pumpkins, cut out spiders and cheerful

witchery. It’s become commercially huge in recent years.

I think we should also teach children that Halloween means

the eve of All Hallows’ Day which is another name for All

Saints’ Day. It’s known as the Day of the Dead throughout

continental Europe and taken very seriously with cemetery

visits to remember deceased relations and so on. In Italy, France

and some other countries All Saints’ Day is a public holiday.

Yes it’s fine to have fun with blackened teeth

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children aware of the origins of it all.

And what about Guy Fawkes? Yes there will be firework

parties on 5 November but do we actually talk seriously

to children about what probably remains the greatest

foiled terrorist plot in our history? The effect of the

1605 Gunpowder Plot stretches right into the present

day – and until the mid 19th century it was compulsory

for communities to celebrate the thwarting of it.

What an opportunity to get children to think about

the tensions between protestant Britain (yes we’d sort of

been united with Scotland for four years by 1605) and

the Catholics who wanted something quite different.

Parallels with some of what is happening today?

There are also lessons about justice in the Gunpowder

Plot story. Guy Fawkes, who has gone down in history

as the villain was the original ‘fall guy’. He wasn’t the

planner or leader. He was brutally tortured, though.

And while we’re on the subject of topical things to

do in November do we do enough to make children

aware of what we’re actually remembering on 11

November? Every child should read War Horse at the

very least. And some of the devastating poetry – shades

of Hughes’s drowned dog, perhaps, except that the

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23rd November - 24th December 2017

HAVE A MAGICAL

CHRISTMAS

Enjoy a fantastic festive family day out with a visit to meet

Father Christmas in his magical haybarn workshop!

Voted top 6 in the UK by The Guardian!

Just £8.50 per child

in addition to farm entry cost

PLUS:

Heated indoor play, newborn

lambs, Christmas trail &

Christmas Craft Corner!

Advance tickets available online.

Visit www.bockettsfarm.co.uk.

Book early to avoid disappointment!

Situated in Leatherhead, Surrey.

5 minutes from J9 M25.

www.bockettsfarm.co.uk

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WINNING!

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“Beautiful

event in beautiful

surroundings –

I loved it!”

J Legg,

Petersfield

22 - 26 November

9am – 6pm Wednesday to Saturday

9am – 4.30pm Sunday Around 200 exhibitors

This year the event is being

held within the Garden

among festive illuminations in

floored and heated marquees

Normal Garden

admission charges

apply • Free Craft

Fair and Garden

entry for RHS Members & Family Guest

Last entry 1 hr before closing

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What’s On In November

ART

Fri 3 – Sun 5 Nov

Landmark Arts Centre,

Teddington, TW11 9NN

SURREY SCULPTURE

SOCIETY ARTS

The Surrey Sculpture Society

will stage their third annual

arts event with both 3D and

2D works and demonstrations

planned for the weekend where

visitors can see sculptures being

created and meet the artists.

Info: surreysculpture.org.uk

Mon 13 – Sun 26 Nov

The Gallery, Denbies Wine

Estate, London Road, Dorking

RH5 6AA

NORTHERN WEALD

ART GROUP AUTUMN

EXHIBITION

The North Weald Art Group,

a society of amateur and

professional artists which aims

to foster the art of painting

and drawing, holds its annual

exhibition at Denbies’ Gallery.

Info: northwealdartgroup.org.uk

BONFIRE NIGHT

Sat 4 Nov 6.15pm – 8pm

Farnham Park, Farnham

GU9 0AU

FARNHAM FIREWORKS &

TORCHLIT PROCESSION

Farnham celebrates bonfire night

with a torchlit procession, led

by a Scottish pipe band, bonfire,

firework display choreographed

to music, a full bar from

the Hogs Back Brewery and

entertainment from Eagle Radio

and guest band, The Toledos.

Info: 01252 712667 /

farnham.gov.uk

CHILDREN & FAMILIES

Sun 19 Nov 10am – 4pm

Brooklands Museum,

Brooklands Road, Weybridge

KT13 0QN

MILITARY VEHICLES DAY

Brooklands’ annual Military

Vehicles Day means over eighty

vehicles spanning the decades,

spectacular displays in the

Paddock and around the site and

the chance to see some tackle

the Test Hill and the

off-road circuit.

Info: brooklandsmuseum.com

CHRISTMAS

Thurs 9 and Thurs 23 Nov

7pm-10pm

Courtyard Kiln, Farnham

Maltings, Bridge Square,

Farnham GU9 7QR

WILLOW CHRISTMAS

DECORATIONS

Local basket maker, Judith

Needham, leads this workshop

on how to use natural willow

to make rustic, Shaker-style

Christmas decorations including

trees, stars, simple wreaths and

even tiny reindeer! There will

also be additional workshops on

making willow angels decorated

with fairy lights on Saturday 11,

Thursday 16 and Thursday 30

November.

For ages 14+ All materials and

tools provided.

Entry: £25

Info: farnhammaltings.com

Sat 25 & Sun 26 Nov

Priory Farm, Sandy Lane,

South Nutfield, Redhill

RH1 4EJ

CHRISTMAS FOOD

FESTIVAL

Priory Farm’s Christmas food

festival is a great chance to get

a few gifts, place orders for

free-range local turkeys, and

meet a host of exhibitors who

are eager to share their unique

products as each will be offering

complimentary tastings.

Info: prioryfarm.co.uk

Tues 28 Nov – Fri 1 Dec

Painshill, Portsmouth Road,

Cobham KT11 1JE

A TASTE OF CHRISTMAS

Enjoy moonlit walks in

Painshill’s winter wonderland

with mulled wine, Christmas

shopping and festive music. Plus

on Wednesday 29 November

there will be a Christmas wreath

making workshop.

Entry: Adults £12, Children £8,

Members Free

Info: painshill.co.uk

FAIRS & FESTIVALS

Mon 6 & Tues 7 Nov

G Live, London Road,

Guildford GU1 2AA

SHAKESPEARE SCHOOLS

FESTIVAL

With over a thousand

participating schools in 136

theatres across the UK, the

Shakespeare Schools Festival is

the world’s largest youth drama

festival. It is a unique series of

Shakespeare productions staged

by schools and run by the

Shakespeare Schools Foundation

to develop self esteem,

articulacy, literacy and teamwork

in children.

Info: shakespeareschools.org /

glive.co.uk

Thurs 16 – Sat 18 Nov

9am – 5pm

Hop Farm, Maidstone

Road, Paddock Wood,

Tonbridge, Kent TN12 6PY

WEALDEN TIMES

MIDWINTER FAIR

A collection of over 220

delightful exhibitors gather this

year for our Midwinter Fair.

This tented winter wonderland

offers a warm welcome into

our carefully crafted world of

handmade treasures, artisan

finds and unmissable gift

opportunities and we can’t wait!

Info & tickets: wealdentimes.co.uk

Fri 24 – Sat 25 Nov

Dorking Halls, Reigate

Road, Dorking RH4 1SG

DORKING BEER FEST

Dorking Winter Beer Fest is

back with a range of local and

nationally-brewed beers and

ciders, live music, and food that

goes perfectly with a pint, or

if you prefer there will also be

bars serving wine and spirits.

Info: 01306 881717 /

dorkinghalls.co.uk

REMEMBRANCE DAY

Sun 12 Nov 3pm

Epsom Playhouse, 42 Ashley

Avenue, Epsom KT18 5AL

REMEMBRANCE

DAY CONCERT

The Central Band of the Royal

British Legion presents its ever

popular Remembrance Day

Concert at Epsom Playhouse.

Info: 01372 742555 /

epsomplayhouse.co.uk

TOURS

Saturdays & Tuesdays

throughout November

10.30am – 3.30pm

Windsor Great Park

ASCOT CARRIAGES

See this beautiful royal park

with its Ancient Woodlands,

eighteenth-century lakes, and

grand avenues from the comfort

of a horse drawn carriage. Your

guide will provide you with

history and facts about the area

and Champagne is available for

special occasions.

Info: 07811 543019 /

ascotcarriages.co.uk

Sat 11 Nov 2pm - 3pm

Claremont Landscape Garden,

Portsmouth Road, Esher

KT10 9JG

GUIDED WALK AROUND

CLAREMONT

Claremont’s last history walk of

the year is a chance to explore

the estate’s 300-year history.

Entry: Free with normal

admission charges

Info: nationaltrust.org.uk

Listings are correct at time of going to

press but may be subject to change.

Readers are advised to check with

venues before making arrangements.

We can list your event in the next

issue of Surrey Homes for only £15!

Please supply up to 50 words that

should include date, time, venue, and

any entry price to whatson@

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Media) to What’s On, Surrey Homes,

Kettle Chambers, 21 Stone Street,

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Homes reserves the right to edit text

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your event listing to be accompanied

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Deadline for the December issue is 13

November 2017.

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Come & shop from over 140 stalls

for all your christmas gifts.

Wed 28 Nov 1pm-9.30pm & Thurs 29 Nov 10am-8pm

Enjoy a glass of Prosecco, buy one get one free from 6pm.

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VILLAGE

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION


Opening Times:

Thur - Sat: 9:00 - 5:00

Sun: 9:00 - 4:00

Loseley House

Christmas Fair

16 - 19 November

The Tithe Barn & Special Pavilions,

Compton,GU3 1HS

An opportunity to meet Britain’s most talented makers and purchase

inspirational gifts and festive foods. Demonstrations by Abinger

Cookery School. Supporting Shooting Star Chase.

Charity No. 1042495

TICKET HOTLINE 01428 684494

At the Event: Adults £5.00 Seniors £4.50

In Advance: Adults £4.00 Seniors £3.50

(telephone & on-line orders are subject to a single 60p booking fee)

Follow us on Twitter @RuralCrafts and Instagram @ruralcrafts

Rural Crafts Association, Station Lane, Brook Road, Wormley, Surrey, GU8 5UA 01428 684494

rca@ruralcraftsassociation.co.uk www.ruralcraftsassociation.co.uk

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Helen Allingham

Opening 21 November 2017

First woman artist elected to the Royal Watercolour Society - 1890

Watts Gallery - Artists’ Village

Guildford, Surrey | 01483 810235 | wattsgallery.org.uk

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Jane Howard’s

Fables from the Farm

Jane contemplates trying her hand at making her own acorn coffee

What a year for acorns. I

can’t remember there ever

being such a bumper

harvest and the residents at Coopers are

collectively making the most of it.

The pigs are in heaven. Unlike

cows, sheep, horses and humans

which can all die if they eat too many

acorns, the Terminator-like digestive

system of a pig can process industrial

quantities with no ill effect.

In fact for thousands of years,

commoners would drive their domestic

pigs into woodlands in the autumn and

release them to fatten, a

practice known as ‘pannage’,

but how on earth did they

ever get them back again?

This was very common

in the Weald, indeed the

Domesday Book reports

over 150,000 pigs arriving

in the region each year.

Although East Sussex

remains the most densely

wooded county in the UK, pannage is no

longer carried out here, in fact it’s only

really in the New Forest where it’s an

important part of the rural economy. With

the possible exception of Coopers Farm.

For eleven months of the year we

spend a great deal of our time and effort

ensuring the pigs remain the right side of

the fence, penned in to about 10 acres of

woodland. When the fences are breached

and we get break-out the consequences

“commoners

would drive their

domestic pigs

into woodlands

in the autumn

and release

them to fatten”

are pretty dire, especially if the ground is

wet. It takes three or four pigs no more

than a few hours to effectively rotovate

a patch about the size of a tennis court.

Great if you want to turn over a patch of

brambles, not so great if it’s your precious

permanent pasture that’s being ploughed.

However at this time of year, with

the acorns on the ground, we open the

gate in the mornings and they spill out

and proceed in single file round the field

boundaries stopping under all the oak

trees to hoover up the acorns. And after

a couple of hours they are so full up they

are easy to drive back into

their enclosure to sleep off

the excess for another day.

In Spain and much of

central Europe pannage

pork is highly sought after

– the fat is much yellower

and the meat much darker

with a stronger flavour

than regular pork. And so

it is with our pork. Having

stuffed themselves throughout October the

pork we produce in November is different,

much stronger and utterly delicious.

And talking of gastronomic delights,

acorns have frequently been used as

a coffee substitute, particularly when

coffee was unavailable or rationed. The

Confederates in the American Civil War

and the Germans during World War II

(when it was called Ersatz coffee), were

both converts. So I thought I’d have

a go and if you’re interested read on

(if you’re ever shipwrecked on a desert

island, and assuming it’s a temperate

one, you might be quite glad you did).

Fresh acorns are full of tannin which has

to be got rid of. First, collect big ripe ones

and shell them (which is easier if you freeze

them first). Then soak in boiling water and

once the water turns brown, pour it off

and soak again in fresh hot boiling water.

Keep doing this until the water is clear – a

process known as leaching and incidentally

the brown liquid is used for tanning leather.

Once the acorns are leached, roast on

a low heat to dry slowly and as they start

to turn brown you can decide whether

you want a light, medium or dark roast.

Remove, cool, grind and enjoy! Well, try to!

Follow Jane Howard – and the farm

– on Instagram @coopersfarm

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