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Contents

December 2017

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FINE DINING

Maggie Alderson’s homes

with dining rooms made

for celebrating Christmas

DECEMBER NOTEBOOK

Fill your diary with handpicked

events going on

around the Weald

COMFORT & JOY

Kali Hamerton-Stove’s

beautiful and contemporary

oast conversion

GET THE LOOK

Emulate Kali’s fairtrade style

HEY, GOOD COOKIN’

Prep in style with our rundown

of the latest cookers

WEALDEN TIMES

MIDWINTER FAIR

IN PICTURES

Julie Simpson looks back at

this November’s three-day

shopping spectacular

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THE HOUSE ON

THE HILL

A designer renovation in the

heart of Hastings Old Town

GET THE LOOK

Take inspiration from Shaun

and Paul’s bold use of colour

PRECIOUS METALS

Helen Barton edits sparkly

festive jewels for every budget

STOCKING FILLERS

Rebecca Cuffe picks goodies

for the whole family

NIBBLES FOR NOËL

Pep up your canapés with

recipes by Nicci Gurr

BACK TO OUR ROOTS

Jo Arnell gives her recommendations

for homegrown veg

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FESTIVE MAGIC

Susan Elkin shares her educational

thoughts on the Christmas Story

WHAT’S ON

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FABLES FROM THE FARM

Jane Howard looks back at another

fruitful year at Coopers Farm

HEALTH &

BEAUTY

SUPPLEMENT

24 pages of tips,

tricks and advice

for a beautiful

New Year. After

page 114.

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New

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Designed with retirement in mind

Designed exclusively for the over 55s, The Farthings is a new

development of 35 elegant two and three-bedroom apartments

and houses within easy reach of Leatherhead town centre.

– All new homes have outside space in the form of gardens,

terraces, balconies or roof terraces.

– Beautifully-landscaped communal grounds.

– Energy-efficient and easily-maintained.

– Estate management service.

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– Communal lounge for owners to meet and socialise.

– Allocated parking.

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Buying a New Home

Rayners Town and Country are the chosen agent for many highly regarded New Home builders who create stunning

new home ranges from 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, ideal for First Time Buyers and investors, through to large luxury

family houses in some of the most prestigious areas in Surrey.

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Over many years we have been successfully identifying land with potential for residential development often when the

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If you believe that you have land, possibly a large garden, which has development potential, Rayners Town and County

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Kitchen

• Bespoke designed kitchen

• Miele induction hob

• Miele built in combination microwave

• Miele two single ovens

• Miele integrated coffee machine

• Miele warming drawers

• Stainless steel extractor hood

• Wine cooler

• American style fridge freezer

• Quooker kettle tap

• Stainless steel double sink and mixer

tap

• High quality appliances

• Quartz composite stone worktop with

upstands

• Porcelanosa floor tiles – large format

• Glass splashback

Family Bathrooms and En-suites

• Contemporary white sanitary ware

• Modern chrome brassware and

thermostatic showers

• Porcelanosa floor and wall tiles

• Fully tiled shower, half height to other

walls

• Heated towel rails

• Carpet to bedrooms, family room,

PART EXCHANGE study, stairs and landing

• Wood burning stove to living room

YOUR WINTER 2018

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4, 5 & 6 bedroom mews homes and carefully refurbished 2, 3 & 4 bedroom

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ours and we could buy yours. Plus no need for you to instruct estate agents

or incur their fees

Homes available to view and ready for occupation

Heating and Electrical

• Underfloor heating throughout

• Solar PV electric panels

• Sealed / pressurised water cylinder

• Gas central heating

• LED recessed downlights to hallway,

kitchens and bathrooms

• Pendant lighting to living rooms and

bedrooms

• Dimmable lights to living rooms,

family rooms, master and 2nd

bedroom

• Mains operated smoke detectors

• Brushed chrome switches and sockets

• BT Freeview and Satellite / Virgin

Media (tbc)

• Fitted burglar alarm system

• Pre-wired for speakers to

family rooms kitchens, dining, living

rooms, master bedrooms, ensuite and

dressing areas

• Video entrance phone for electric

gates

Internal Fixtures and Fittings

• Oak veneer doors

• Modern skirting and architraves

• Satin chrome door furniture

• Cornice to all ground floor rooms

• Fully fitted dressing room with

hanging rails

• Large format high polished tiles to

hallway, living room, dining room,

kitchen and utility room

External Features

• Oak veneer front door with full height

glazed side lights

• Timber heritage casement windows

• Decorative porch and patio lights

• Electronically operated garage doors

• Electric gates

• Cobble block paving to driveways

• External tap to rear

• Turfed front and rear gardens

• Manor Stone paving slabs to

pathways and patio

• Large bi-fold doors to rear garden

Additional Information

Colour and product options are available

to off-plan purchasers depending upon

the stage of construction.

Disclosure: These particulars are intended as

a guide only and must not be relied upon as a

statement of fact. They do not form the basis of

a contract or any part thereof. The descriptions,

distances and other information are believed to

be correct, but their accuracy is not guaranteed.

Any intending purchaser must therefore satisfy

themselves by inspection or otherwise as to

their correctness. We reserve the right to alter

the specification without notice and substitute

materials, equipment or fittings or similar quality.

The Whispers comes with a 10 year

NHBC Buildmark Scheme guarantee.

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Attention to Detail

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We reserve the right to refuse Part Exchange. Prices and details correct at time of going to press.


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A new home for the holidays

Christmas is about celebrating with the people you love and imagine

if this year you could celebrate with them in a brand new home.

Reserve the 3-bedroom Sherwood now and you will have a home that boasts

immaculate interiors that you’ll want to show off, a sparkling new kitchen that’s perfect

for preparing Christmas dinner and a living room that offers plenty of space to socialise.

With a range of schemes available including Help to Buy and

Part Exchange * , we can help you move in before Christmas.

The Sherwood priced from £509,950

Just £407,960 with Help to Buy ** now!

Speak to our Sales Advisors today for more information.

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Horsham Road, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 8DY

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One incentive per purchase. Please speak to a Sales Advisor for more details on Part Exchange. ** Help to Buy is available on the purchase of your primary residence up to the value

of £600,000. You must fund a minimum of 80% of the purchase price. The Government’s loan will need to be repaid when the property is sold or after 25 years i.e. up to 20% of the

property’s total sale price. During the first five years of owning your home, you will not pay any interest on the Government’s loan and you will pay a management fee of £1 per month.

In the sixth year, you will be charged a fee of 1.75% of the loan’s value and this increases annually with inflation, calculated by RPI (Retail Price Index) plus 1%. You will also require

adequate funds to cover legal costs and moving fees. To be eligible, you must meet the criteria set down by this Government scheme, details of which are available from the Crest

Nicholson Sales Advisor. The amount of deposit required may vary depending on the scheme rules and the lender for the mortgage finance. If you are in any doubt about this scheme

please seek independent advice. Crest Nicholson does not provide mortgages and cannot give any financial advice. Street scene photography. Pricing correct on 27.11.17.

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FANTASTIC FAMILY LIVING AT THE FARTHINGS

Situated in the highly desirable Mole

Valley district of Surrey, the Farthings, by

design led developer Bewley Homes, offers

a fantastic selection of 3 and 4 bedroom homes.

Situated in the leafy Surrey suburb of

Leatherhead, the Farthings is happily located

in a semi-rural environment which is also

superbly accessible – with Leatherhead

station only 0.4 mile away (from which there

is a direct line service into London Waterloo,

London Victoria and London Bridge – all in

well under an hour); and Junction 9 of the M25

only 2 miles away (providing easy road links

to both Heathrow and Gatwick airports).

Jane Bailey, Sales Manager at Bewley Homes,

says: “the properties here are appealing to

a wide demographic of buyer, ranging from

professional couples and young families –

many of whom may be entering private home

ownership for the first time. downsizers,

keen to reduce expensive overheads and

capitalise on location and entertaining

space have also shown a keen interest.

“in addition, the price bracket for many of the

available properties falls within the £600,000

Help to Buy threshold, enabling purchasers

to buy with as little as a 5% deposit.

“these factors, along with the high quality

of construction and specification as well

as the meticulous attention to detail for

which Bewley Homes is known, is helping

fuel demand as well as meeting the urgent

requirement of much needed housing in

this sought after residential area.”

Prices at The Farthings start from £495,000.

For more information, contact Bewley Homes on 07384 253335, email: leatherhead@bewley.co.uk

or contact our selling agents Patrick Gardner & Co. on 01372 360832


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Our beautiful, spacious apartments are extremely well

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HOUSE OF THE MONTH

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Fine Dining

Maggie Alderson finds homes to host the most joyful of Christmas feasts

Christmas dinner – there’s nothing like it. The one meal of

the year when the extended family gets together to eat far

too much and drink far too much, while wearing silly hats

and reading out sillier jokes. Dogs may be sporting antlers.

It doesn’t matter if you hate one of the crucial elements of

the meal – and everybody seems to loathe one of them, be it

Brussels sprouts or brandy butter, with even Christmas pudding

itself anathema to many. I’m not very keen on stuffing.

Even if this year’s cook doesn’t make gravy the way you like it (too

thick! too thin! he’s used too much wine! she’s used Bisto!), or there’s

one in-law who gives you a severe case of the pip, there’s an overriding

sense of joy to the occasion, which infects even the most whinging of

Winnies with the jolly spirit of the Ghost of Christmas Present.

Such is the happy reputation of the occasion that citizens from many different

religions in our multicultural society choose to join in, for the lark of it – just

as many British non-Hindus now celebrate the spring festival of Holi. Because,

just as there is so much to like about playfully throwing around loads of bright

colour – what’s not to love about a proper feast of (truly) Biblical proportions?

While religious purists may say this is coming at it from the wrong

angle – celebrating Christmas as an excuse to eat too much and Holi

to give yourself licence to dump bright pink gulal powder on your best

friend’s head – that’s a miserabilist way to look at it. Both festivals and

their traditions celebrate joy. And joy has to be a good thing for us to

acknowledge and cover ourselves with, whatever its derivation.

All of which makes it a very good thing to have a wonderful dining room

to enjoy the splendid banquet in. One big enough for a table to seat everyone

and with décor – be it traditional dark walls, or a thrillingly contemporary

scheme – to set the mood. Here are four houses with just such rooms.

Merry Christmas. Hic.

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1. Sussex House Farm

Where? Sussex House Farm nestles in

203 acres of rolling countryside to the south

east of Cowden, a charming village on the

tri-border of Kent, Surrey and Sussex. East

Grinstead is 7 miles to the west, Tunbridge

Wells 8 miles to the east. M25 junction 6

is about 13 miles and central London only

35 miles away. Cowden station is one mile.

What? This Grade II*-listed house

is built around a two and a half storey

timber-framed house dated 1580. It has

been owned by the actor Sir John Mills,

and later by Roger Hargreaves, who

wrote some of his Mr. Men books there.

Sussex House Farm has been beautifully

renovated by its current owners. In terms

of accommodation, the floorplan spreads

across three pages, with three cottages,

a barn and a gym building as well as

the main house. The ground floor there

sprawls across six reception rooms, two

large halls, one with original panelling,

and an eat-in kitchen. Upstairs there are

four bedrooms (one with dressing room

and en suite) and three further bathrooms

on the first floor, a master suite on the

top floor. Outside there are glorious

gardens, tennis courts, a swimming

pool and serious equestrian facilities.

How much? Sussex House

Farm is on the market with a guide

price of £5,500,000, in the care of

Knight Frank, Tunbridge Wells.

020 7629 8171 knighfrank.com


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3.

4.

2. Whincop

Where? Whincop is located in the

charming, historic village of Cheam, with

the site of the Tudor Nonsuch Palace and

Nonsuch Mansion at its heart. Epsom,

Banstead, Kingston and Wimbledon are

within easy driving distance. It’s a five

minute drive to the mainline station.

What? A magnificent mansion offering

7,600 square feet of accommodation,

designed in tribute to Regency style, with

outstanding 21st century luxury. Traditional

craftsmanship and premium materials sit

alongside cutting-edge technology for solar

energy, rain water harvesting and partial

air conditioning, with three metre ceiling

heights on the ground floor. The ground

floor has a drawing room, study, cinema

and large kitchen leading to an orangery.

The dining room is octagonal with three

sets of French doors to the rear terrace and

two bespoke wine rooms. On the first floor

are four large double bedroom suites. The

Principal Suite is fitted with hand-built

cabinets and has views across the gardens

and the golf course beyond. The second

floor has two double bedrooms and a

bathroom plus an air-conditioned gym.

How much? Whincop has a

guide price of £3 million, through

Hamptons International, Epsom.

01372 390557 hamptons.co.uk

3. The Pines

Where? The Pines is set on a

sought-after gated road, just 15 minutes

walk from central Weybridge and

five minutes drive to the station from

where it’s 40 minutes to Waterloo.

Heathrow and Gatwick are easily

accessed via the M25 and the A3.

What? A handsome and beautifully

finished, newly-built house by Avicam

homes, extending to over 8,000 sq.

ft. arranged over three floors, with the

principal reception rooms leading off

the impressive entrance hall. On the

ground floor the drawing room opens

onto the dining room, as well as onto

a magnificent open plan kitchen/

breakfast/family room. There are four

bedroom suites on the first floor.

The master bedroom has a capacious

dressing room and bathroom, plus

a separate shoe and handbag room.

There is another large suite on the

second floor, with a sitting room

area, as well as a games room which

could be split to provide a sixth

bedroom. The landscaped gardens and

grounds extend to over half an acre.

How much? The Pines is

marketed by Knight Frank, Weybridge,

with a guide price of £4.5 million.

01932 548 000 knightfrank.co.uk

4. Fairways

Where? Fairways is located on one of

the finest private roads in Kingswood,

backing on to Kingswood golf course,

part of a newly-built private estate.

Trains from Kingswood go to London

Bridge and Victoria in under an hour.

What? The ground floor plan has

a lovely flow, with the drawing room,

family room/study and kitchen/family

dining area running directly off the

spacious hallway, with the dining

room, with French windows onto the

garden, leading off the drawing room.

Upstairs are four bedroom suites, with

access to a large teak decked balcony

area looking over the rear gardens and

the golf course, from two of them. On

the second floor is a fifth suite with

shower room and dressing room, and

a large cinema/games room. Outside

there is a large paved terrace area with

a BBQ area and a swimming pool.

How much? Fairways is

on the market with Kennedy’s,

Walton on the Hill, £POA. 01737

817718 kennedys-ipa.co.uk

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coffee shop Hamerton+Jones in Goudhurst, Kent, Kali is

also a brilliant cook and has a real magpie eye for Christmas

decorations. See how she and stylist Helen Bratby have

prepped her home for our special cover shoot from page 48.

If you’re intent on introducing bold colour to your home in the

new year, take a look at Shaun and Paul’s incredible renovation of

a six storey house in Hastings Old Town. Best of all, you can rent

it for a stay yourself. We can’t get enough of the bespoke marble

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Home Gurr’own’s Nicci Gurr has been hard at work

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ingredients, some of which you can even forage for yourself.

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Enjoy your Surrey Homes, and have a very merry Christmas

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Styling: Helen Bratby

Kali Hamerton-Stove’s beautiful family oast house, tucked into countryside on the outskirts of

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Previous pages: Christmas abounds throughout the ground floor of Kali’s oast

This page: Delicious, freshly made treats on offer in the kitchen

It can sometimes take a while to find a rewarding occupation,

especially one that has to fit around a busy family, is both

creatively satisfying and enables a connection with people.

But when the stars do align it’s amazing how quickly things fall into

place. Less than a year ago Kali Hamerton-Stove and her good friend

(and now business partner) Sarah Crysell hatched a plan to open

a café and shop in Goudhurst. Sarah is a talented and experienced

cook, having owned and run Olive Stores in Brenchley, but it

was uncharted territory for Kali, whose background is in PR.

Kali admits to being a little reluctant at first, but it was a really good

idea; “I love finding a café with a lovely shop in one place, where you

can sit and relax, surrounded by pretty things. The more I thought

about it and talked to Sarah, the more I imagined that in five or


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This page: The kitchen leads through into the dining room,

where quirky decorations grace the dining table

ten years’ time I would want to be doing this sort of

thing. I simply wasn’t sure that I was ready, but you never

are.” Their discussions started in January of this year

and they kept talking. A decision was made by March,

they invented a look and a name – cleverly constructed

from Kali’s last name and Sarah’s maiden name – and by

the beginning of May Hamerton + Jones was open for

business. Roll forward just a few months and the business

is thriving. Sarah, a talented cook, guides the menu and

food offering, and Kali concentrates on the retail side.

“Sarah does the baking in her kitchen, I help,” says Kali.

“The menu is simple and homemade: we do three salads

every day, a tart or quiche, sausage rolls, soup and a seasonal

warm dahl or vegetarian soup. The most popular is smashed

avocado and poached egg with chilli flakes on Lighthouse

(the bakery in Ticehurst) sour dough toast.” They also sell

Monmouth coffee, a cult brand that people travel miles for.

When we meet at Kali’s home, plans for Christmas are

in full swing. Lucky Kali has an expert on hand to help

with decorations; her mother, Mary Kathryn, is over from

Tennessee for a seasonal visit. They are busy decorating

the house for a wonderful and very traditional family

Christmas, using fresh foliage and greenery and gorgeous

decorations that Kali also sells at Hamerton + Jones.

“We mainly sell homewares and antiques, jewellery and

stationery, but it’s always changing – at the moment we

have lambing pens, long matches, vintage charms on

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Left: The walls throughout the house are painted with warm, but muted neutrals.

Right: The downstairs roundel has become the family’s library

Liberty ribbon, pony skin belts, ferns in old French dairy

pots or bread tins and, of course, our very popular and

lovely kitchen scissors.” Lovely scissors? Now I’m intrigued

– who would have thought that scissors could be lovely?

Lovely is really what it’s all about for Kali – lovely, but

also quirky and well made. “I love trawling around for

vintage finds for the shop,” she says. “I only sell things

that I love. I don’t like throwaway objects, they have to

last and to have a purpose. I like to keep things changing

all the time, but it’s also important to sell things with

history and a story.” Part of the story has to do with an

organisation called Kisany, a Congolese women’s charity

that Kali represents in this country. The charity makes

and sells beautiful embroidered items. “I like to buy

things that are responsibly made, especially those made

by women.” She is especially pleased with the fabulous

cashmere throws made by women in Nepal. “They are such

amazing quality, really thin, really soft and so warm.” Just

the thing when you live in a big old house in England.

Although originally from Tennessee, Kali lived in

California, where she worked in PR and repeatedly

attempted surfing. She has spent the last 18 years in

England, living in London, moving out to Sevenoaks for

a while before settling in Goudhurst seven years ago. “We

knew the area well and were looking around here when the

oast came up for sale,” she says. “It had been on and off the

market for a while, but when I saw how much space there

was inside, I could imagine the children scooting around

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The tree shimmers with flamingos, rainbows and roller skates – and out of

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This page: A house of many levels

– some of the rooms throughout

the house are accessed by runs of

stairs and steps, especially up to

the bedrooms in the roundels

the floors.” They made an offer and have not looked back.

The oast house was originally part of a group of three

houses: the mill house, the oast and the farmhouse.

“There’s a round oast and a square oast here,” Kali

explains. “We do our best with the curving walls and

love the quirkiness. I don’t buy specially made curved

furniture, but I choose furniture carefully so that it will

fit the space.” The downstairs roundel has become the

family’s library and is lined with bookcases. “It’s amazing

how many books it takes to fill a library,” laughs Kali.

“We thought we had a lot of books – we are both avid

readers, but we haven’t come close to filling it.”

The kitchen was the first space that they renovated,

keeping the original shape and layout, but updating the

cupboards and adding an all important island unit. “We

live in the kitchen and living room,” says Kali, adding

“I keep the tv in a cupboard, so that it’s not on display

all the time, which means that if the children don’t see

it they don’t immediately think about it, so they go and

do other things.” A clever trick, that. Other than these

two rooms I suspect that some visitors might choose

to spend their time in Kali’s laundry. “It is the envy of

all who survey it,” she laughs. “It has an extra drinks

fridge, a wall of cupboards, a work bench for wrapping

presents – and there’s still lots of space for our masses of

laundry. I feel like this sort of room is a bit American.”

From the look of it we need more of these in England.

“We are slow to do things in the house,” says Kali. “There

are still things that haven’t been finished after seven years. We

do it in dribs and drabs and things change. One thing we did

do after a couple of years was to put in a new floor on the

ground floor and we insulated under the floorboards. It

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This page: A pair of stag’s horns loom down from a dramatic

(and very useful) blackboard wall in one of Kali’s sons’ room

has made such a difference. It was so cold before we did it.”

The walls throughout the house are painted with warm,

but muted neutrals. “They are warm colours because

it’s a big space and I wanted to feel cosy – especially in

the bedrooms,” says Kali, adding, “I choose colours that

change in the light at different times of the day. It gives

a moodiness. I love dark little rooms. The downstairs

bathroom is painted with Farrow and Ball’s ‘Green Smoke’

and Richard has a dark olive study. It’s like being inside

a little jewel box.” Kali admits to only one mistake with

paint. “I chose a colour called ‘Arsenic’ to go on the inside

of some of the cupboards. I thought it would brighten

them up and chose it because of the name of course –

who wouldn’t want to use a colour called Arsenic? It was

this really bright tealy-blue colour but it was way too

much and made the cupboards look hectic,” she sighs. “I

hated going into those cupboards and had to repaint.”

The upstairs roundel, approached up a small flight of

stairs, is a storybook room that would be the envy of many

a princess. The pretty bed was hand made by Kali and is

the room’s focal point. It has been painted pale blue and

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“I love beautiful beds,” says Kali, “I spend

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two huge framed and signed jazz festival posters from New

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The master bedroom is uncluttered and tranquil, simply

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has been re-upholstered in bright Designers Guild green.

“It’s my favourite colour,” she smiles. The office where Kali

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wall with a desk below for putting together collections of

finds. A new type of very sharp and functional scissors is just

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putting together collections of finds

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looking old cinema chairs that were a bargain from Bristol,

“By the time I’d had them recovered, they weren’t such

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This page: Hamerton + Jones is the brainchild of Kali and her

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work of local artists, designers and craftspeople are rotated

regularly. “We call them house guests,” says Kali. “If we

find out that someone in the village has a talent, we want

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going down very well. “Sarah and I have been so touched by

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Local vineyards, distilleries and

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The House on the Hill

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Previous pages: The bespoke emerald green leather

chesterfield bed frame in the Admiral Suite This page: Two

custom made marble-print velvet sofas sit below a 1940s brass

chandelier in the sitting room Left: A 20th century vintage

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Touring the six-storey House in Hastings with Shaun

Clarkson was a little different, more like a master class in

interior design, which is no coincidence. Since the 1990s

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the legendary Atlantic Bar and Grill (ah, youth…), as well as

Tokyo Joe, Pop, Jerusalem, Odette’s, Spiga and many others.

So if you’ve spent any of your adult life sipping

cocktails in sophisticated London surroundings, it’s

very likely you’ve sat in one of his creations.

“In 2006, I did 18 bars in the West End,” he

says, happily. “I originally trained as a fine artist at

Worthing School of Art and Kingston Polytechnic,

then I ‘fell in with a bad crowd’, as my mother

used to say, and started designing bars.”

But fun as it is working with the most exciting

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show – at a certain point Shaun and his partner Paul

Brewster realised they also needed to do something

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Top: The screening room. Left: The dining room can seat

ten around a huge round red table. 1950s metal and wood

bookshelves display three large model boats from Ardingly, while

opposite, glass-fronted original cupboards on either side of the

fireplace display musters of stoneware, cabbage ware, pewter,

silver and crystal


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Left: New spindles for the bannisters and new stair treads were

made by local craftsmen Bottom left: The Net Hut Cloakroom

pays tribute to the Old Town fishing community’s famous black

wooden structures

for themselves, to have their own business.

“In 2001, we had the idea for a ‘home-tel’,” says

Shaun, “a big house that you could rent for yourself

and friends, but not just as a self catering, also with the

option to have it all catered. So more like a glamorous

boutique hotel, but you take over the whole place.

“But of course, we couldn’t do a nice four bedroom,” says

Shaun, laughing. “We found a big converted barn in a field

in Norfolk and did a 20-bedroom space which we called

Cliff Barns, after the character in Dallas, in a glamorous

ranch style. It broke the mould, offering a sense of escapism

through the interior design and was very successful.”

Riding on that they did another one, which they

called Carrington House. “It’s Georgian with shoulder

pads,” says Shaun. Also sleeping 20, the website (which

I recommend a look at) describes Carrington House as:

‘Bringing the style and substance of urban living to the

Norfolk countryside… in exquisite style and splendour.​’

Substitute ‘East Sussex coast’ and the same could

be said of The House in Hastings, which is the latest

in their home-tel portfolio, although it’s a bit cosier,

sleeping just ten people and not designed to be as much

of a party house as the two Norfolk establishments.

“This is more like a home for us than the other houses –

we wanted it to be somewhere where we would also want to

come and stay. The other houses are more like nightclubs.”

To reassure their new neighbours – some of whom

had been a little alarmed by the party central reputation

of the Dallas home-tels – Shaun and Paul have had

them in for drinks and hosted a Macmillan coffee

morning, making it clear they want to be part of the

very special close community of Hastings Old Town.

Particularly because Shaun already had a very strong

personal connection with the increasingly fashionable

seaside town. He’s been best friends with Alistair

Hendy – proprietor of the amazing AG Hendy & Co

homestore, on the Old Town’s High Street – from the

age of seven, when they were at school together.

“Alistair had the flat underneath ours in Shoreditch,”

says Shaun, “and we opened our shop Pitfield London,

an interiors and lifestyle shop and café in Pitfield

Street, in Hoxton, the same week as Alistair opened his

home store. We’re always doing the same thing…

“So when we sold the flat in Shoreditch and

thought ‘let’s do something…’ we had already

an affinity with Hastings from coming down to

see Alistair, so it seemed the natural place.”

Especially as the Grade II Listed six-storey Regency

town house – one of three in a terrace built to house

officers during the Napoleonic wars – with the most

amazing views over the Old Town and out to sea, had

just come on the list of a property auction house.

Only someone with Shaun’s experience of


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Above: At the heart of the kitchen are a marble-topped stainless

steel unit that Shaun had made to house the old stone sink and

an 18th century oak refectory table Left: The courtyard garden,

backed with Hastings West Hill sandstone, is planted with giant

shade-loving ferns

overhauling properties, would have dared take it on.

“It had been flats for years,” he says, “not touched

since the 70s and it was pretty squalid. The flats had

been condemned as unfit for habitation, which is

why it came on the market. They were infested with

wood lice, full of rubbish. We filled 39 skips…”

Not only was it a massive job, with water running

down through the bay windows, the listed status

meant it all had to be restored in accordance with

its original lathe and plaster construction. “We had

to strip it right back and build it again, with all new

windows. There was one original door left, so we had

that copied for all the other rooms. We had to have

new spindles for the bannisters, new stair treads... It

took two years, using local builders and craftsmen.”

And that was before Shaun could even start on putting

in his colour scheme, although it was all planned in

advance, as per his professional techniques. “I always start

with a mood board,” he says. “A physical one, not just

Pinterest boards and then I move on to a sample board

for each room. This house is about colour and texture

– blues and greens, reflecting the colours of the sea.”

Setting out the framework for this, throughout all six

floors the stairs and landings are painted in Mayfair blue

by Mylands, which Paul explains, with all the depth of his

experience, is the oldest paint company in London, still


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The stunning Admiral Suite is an eye-popping

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This page: The Cliff View room and adjacent mirror ball

shower room

based in Lambeth and by appointment to Her Majesty

the Queen. All the paint in the house is by them.

In a similar vein of continuity in both supplier and

aesthetic, all the hall and stair carpets are by Designer

Carpet, the brilliant bespoke carpet company. Shaun had

them intercut together a dark blue centre, with a chunky sea

green border, the edges whipped, creating a core statement

of the overall colour theme running through the house.

Leading off from it, the rooms on each floor are

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themes. Starting at the top, is the family suite, which

includes the Cabin Room, a double at the back of the

house, but with the sea brought in via the collection of

framed needlepoint ship pictures hanging over the bed.

The walls are a gentle sage green, sharpened by a pair of

magnificent emerald green satin lampshades, on a standard

and table lamp – the first of an array of splendid shades

throughout the house. “They are copies of my auntie’s

lampshades,” says Shaun. “After she died, I cleared her house

and saved her lamps, but the shades were too worn out

to use, so I had them copied.” The sort of service he can

mention casually – knowing where to get such a thing done.

Next door, the Crow’s Nest is a splendid bunk bed den,

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echoing the maritime theme. In both rooms, the wall

lights are genuine nautical brass bulkhead lights from

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There’s yet another in the bathroom. The splendid

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Shaun. All the taps in the house are from there. Just

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Outside the bathroom is an intriguing group of

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and matching mirrors. I’m scribbling in my notebook

trying to describe them, when Shaun chips in. “I had

a bit of a moment with the Black Forest bench…”

he says, solving my riddle in the first of many such

instances when he knows the correct term for things.

In the gorgeous Cliff View Room on the next floor down,

I comment how much I love the fact that the two (simply

heavenly) mid-century Italian chandeliers don’t quite

match. “Ah, yes,” says Shaun. “They’re a French pair…”

and I have another new term for my interiors lexicon.

The curtains in here are in a very unusual multistriped felt

in various shades of blue, complementing the blue walls –

in the Captain’s Room next door, the curtains are the same

fabric in shades of green, to go with the pale green walls.

Both rooms also have a feature which is a theme

of the house: glass fronted display frames containing

massed collections of objects. In Cliff View there are

18 Poole Pottery dolphins in various sizes, while in

the Captain’s Room, it’s ranks of porcelain posies.

The idea to put the collections in the wallhung

glass boxes came from Shaun’s experience as

a hotelier: “People can’t nick them.” But it’s also

brilliantly effective. On their own, or even in groups

of three or four, the posies would look twee and

random, en masse they look witty and glamorous.

He also admits that the various musters (‘group’

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Above: The Crow’s Nest’s bunk bed den features a wall of pressed brass plates

doesn’t seem to convey the scale of them) around the

house – there are white Wedgwood unglazed stoneware

vases in the master bedroom – are a useful outlet for

his tendency to amass collections of things. “I’ve got

fifty Poole dolphins in total…” he admits. “I think

I’ve got a shopping problem.” I think what he has

is an amazing eye – and the imagination to see how

something quite ordinary can be rendered very special.

This jumps out at you in the bathroom on this floor (I

found it hard to keep track, but if you want to get your

head round it, there’s a very handy floor plan gizmo on the

House in Hastings website). Its walls are covered in gold

mosaic tiles. They call it the Mirror Ball Bathroom. “The

nice thing about design is surprises,” says Shaun in response

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The wow factor continues one floor down, which

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tableau of green fabulousness, encompassing

the bespoke emerald green leather chesterfield bed

frame, two Kelly green armchairs, the walls and a Louis

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the room in the form of Shaun’s beloved bespoke (that

word again…) lampshades, here in pleated yellow silk.

The large en suite bathroom – once a bedroom

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Above: The Cabin Room sits right at the top of the house

chaise longue upholstered in emerald green tweed.

Down the stairs again and you’re on the upper entrance

floor, up some steps from the front of the house, where

the knocked-through salon encompasses a drawing room

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matching dark grey and white marble fire surrounds (the

second copied from the one original) and a pair of 1940s

brass illuminated round mirrors, found at Clignancourt.

The décor of the whole is the ultimate union of

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walls throughout, Kelly green velvet upholstery in

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and blue velvet on the sofas in the front. The bright

yellow lamp shades make another appearance too.

Also on this floor is the Net Hut Cloakroom – a

guest loo rendered in tribute to the Old Town fishing

community’s famous black wooden structures, the

walls clad in horizontal black weatherboarding.

Finally, down to the kitchen level, where the carpet

eventually stops and the floorboards are painted in heavenly

diamonds. The main piece in the kitchen is a marble-topped

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to house the old stone sink. A prep bench/breakfast bar

was created by raising the legs of a lovely old table.

Making the whole space pop is the knockout

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clients and end up finding things for myself.”

It’s an eye popper, with a huge round table painted

bright red, with ten matching painted and upholstered

chairs, atop a sharp black and white diamond floor,

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over the table. Imagine that Dr No decided to leave his

Pacific island and move to the East Sussex coast…

On the far side of the room, 1950s metal and wood

bookshelves display three large model boats from Ardingly,

while opposite, glass-fronted original cupboards on

either side of the fireplace display musters of stoneware,

cabbage ware, pewter, silver and crystal. A collection of

malachite lighthouses is grouped on the mantlepiece.

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year exhaustion in speedy style

Does anyone ever have more than five minutes

to themselves, at this time of year…? Of

course, we’ve got our Christmas shopping

done and dusted at Wealden Times Midwinter

Fair (well, I will have, anyway!) – but there’s still so

much on the To-Do list that carving out me-time for

‘pampering’ is almost out of the question, right now.

Yet is there a time of year when we more need a boost…?

It’s a long time since the summer hols, the days are hideously

short and gloomy – and everyone I know is suffering

from general too-much-to-do-in-too-little-time syndrome.

So: this is when we all need quick fixes. And here’s what

I’ve learned really, really works in almost no time flat.

For under-eye bags, reach for an ice cube. Wrap it in a cotton

hankie, or a piece of Clingfilm, but simply stroke it around

the eye area for a few minutes, in an outwards motion.

Give yourself a five-minute facial massage. Everyone’s got five

minutes, right? First, cleanse your face thoroughly. Then…

1. Put a little of your favourite facial oil in one palm and rub

your hands together, then smooth over face, neck and bosom.

2. Rather than fingertips, use the big muscle in the cushion

at the base of your thumb, always working upwards.

3. Start by fanning out over and round your neck, then

work round and up your jaw and cheekbones to the temples,

then across and up your forehead to your hairline.

4. Repeat, covering the whole face for five minutes. The oil

will be absorbed, skin velvety, and your face rosy and ‘lifted’.

Take an energising shower. I know of no better range for

pepping anyone up than Aromatherapy Associates Revive

collection, the stars of which are a pair of Bath & Shower

Oils – Revive Evening and Revive Morning – which both

do what they say on the bottle just brilliantly. It’s up to you

to choose whether you need to be revved up for the day

ahead (via grapefruit, juniper and rosemary essential oils),

or perked-up for the evening (with a blend of geranium,

ylang ylang, sandalwood and patchouli). These are pricy – at

£48 for 55ml – but they truly, truly only need a capful to

fragrance the whole house, never mind your body! I also like

to fragrance the room I’m prepping in for the evening with

the brilliantly uplifting Revive Room Fragrance (£25 for

10ml), brilliant in a steam diffuser or aromatherapy burner

(and also great for mid-afternoon brain slump, BTW.)

Try a Beauty Bible Award-winning Instant Face Saver. Cue

blowing of celestial trumpets, here: The Beauty Bible Awards

2017/2018 have just been unveiled on

my beautybible.com website – across

more than 40 categories, including

one for Instant Face Savers. I thought

I’d share with you those winners, along

with some of the comments from reallife

testers. (Each product is trialled

by 10 women, who give amazingly

consistent scores and observations!)

GOLD AWARD This Works Light

Time Cleanse & Glow, £30 for 75ml.

Amazingly, this ‘brightening cleansing

balm’ notched up a 9.06 marks out of 10,

averaged across 10 women. It’s powered

by vitamins C and E, and you ‘activate’ it

by massaging into cleansed skin. One tester commented:

“I absolutely loved this cleanser as a pick-me-up when

needed. It was great to use as a treatment, with a brightening

effect that made my skin look fresh. Each time I used it I

received compliments on how smooth my skin looked.”

SILVER AWARD Caudalie Beauty Elixir, £12 for 30ml.

Team Beauty Bible was frankly staggered that a mist could

get such a high score – but this offering, turbo-charged by

grape-derived antioxidants (this brand began its life on a

French vineyard), elicited amazing comments. (The smell’s

pretty uplifting, too: a light blend of orange blossom, mint

and rosemary.) One tester commented: “This is a musthave

for me now. It’s perfect for when my skin is looking

tired, dull and taut. Great to refresh make-up, too.”

BRONZE AWARD ESPA Tri-Active Advanced Instant

Facial, £60 for 30ml. Actually designed to prevent signs of

ageing on younger skins, but our testers (who are generally

more mature) loved the immediate skin boost and the

‘blurring’ blend of ingredients, including olive extract,

green algae and vitamin C. Everyone agreed on this instant

effect – as one tester commented: “Made my skin instantly

softer and radiant. A little goes a long way,” with another

adding: “This is one of the nicest serums I’ve ever used.”

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whipped gel balm/mask hybrid (which has a lovely scent

of frankincense, orange, geranium and lemon) put on an

incredibly impressive show, for the price. (Not cheap-cheap,

but darned good value.) “Even with light movements it

gives an instant facelift – in fact, I can’t believe the impact

this product has in such little time with so little product!”

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Smooth in a line-blurring primer. If you’re redoing

your make-up, a primer really will make it say put

for longer – and my personal favourite is the new-ish

Guerlain Blurring Active Base, £32 for 30ml, with a fab

complexion-smoothing action (and the wonderful, signature

violet-rose scent of Guerlain’s make-up collection).

Let Sam McKnight fix your hair. Earlier this year, Sam

– session stylist to the stars (no kidding) – brought out

the most brilliant collection of styling products, which

I’ve been using as quick fixes when my own hair’s overdue

a blow-dry. (Perfumer Lyn Harris – founder of Miller

Harris, now with her own fabulous Perfumer H boutique

on London’s Crawford Street) – created the scents. There’s

a quartet of products, of which I’m using three – starting

with Cool Girl – a lightweight texturizing spray for (and I

quote Sam) “rock ’n’ roll and sexy, the hair that everyone

wants”. It breaks up a too-smooth hairdo beautifully,

delivering a great chunky finish that doesn’t have to be too

just-rolled-out-of-bed if you use just a little. Lazy Girl is

a terrific dry shampoo in lightweight powder-mist form.

Don’t just think of it as something to get hair clean; dry

shampoos can be genius for adding a bit of volume when

hair’s gone pancake-flat. Last but not least, Easy Up-Do will

soon become a must-have if you are fond of a chignon or

a bun, and perhaps planning to put your hair up for a

party. Sam describes it as “20 hairpins in a can”, because

it literally transforms the texture of hair, to give it “hold

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Wind Down this December

Surrey Homes chats to organic make-up artist and holistic facialist Ellie Gill

serum from A.S Apothecary.

This brand is close to my

heart and truly magical.

They grow many of the

ingredients themselves in

Lewes, distil the oils and

make all their products by

hand. Every time I use this

serum on my clients they

comment on how lovely

the scent is. I’ve used it on

lots of people who suffer

with eczema and rosacea

and they have been amazed

at how healing it feels.

natural

nourishment

Credit: FreeImages.com/tijmen van dobbenburgh

do you have a beauty

regime? I like to keep

it quick and easy using

natural and organic

cosmetics, as I believe they

are more beneficial and

healthier on my skin.

Every day I cleanse my

face with A.S. Apothecary’s

Soothing Cleansing Oil,

sometimes followed by

rose water as a toner, and

then spend a few minutes

massaging my skin with

A.S. Apothecary’s Intense

Sweet Scent

Cloves conjure up images

of aromatic winter supper s,

festive wreaths and spicy, sweet

desserts, but these tiny buds

also provide an array of health

benefits. Natural antioxidants,

cloves are anti-viral and

antibacterial with antiseptic

and anesthetic qualities.

They’ll soothe an upset

stomach, ease a sore throat

and be a natural form of pain

Repair Facial Serum.

I keep my make-up simple

with a touch of Vapour Soft

Atmosphere foundation

in problem areas, curl

my lashes and add some

Green People Volumising

Mascara. I usually finish

with a Tata Harper tint to

add a natural hint of colour

to my lips and cheeks.

do you have a particular

product you couldn’t live

without? I adore the facial

relief for aching muscles.

Turned into an oil, clove is a

natural purifier on the skin

and, mixed with a carrier oil,

it can help eliminate blocked

pores and ease inflammation.

As the nights draw in and

the colder weather takes its

toll, mixing up a batch of

clove tea is a natural way to

treat the first signs of a cold

or flu: Add 2 cloves, 1 stick

What’s your ultimate

pampering treat? A long

restorative or yin yoga class.

I find this style of yoga

perfect for relaxation.

Who’s your style icon? I

love the classic understated

French look. Jean Seberg

always looked beautiful and

Marion Cotillard is very

cool. I also admire Héloïse

Letissier from the band

Christine and the Queens.

Ellie Gill is a freelance

make-up artist and works

in the AS Apothecary shop,

Lewes offering bespoke

holistic facials. Find

Ellie here elliegill.co.uk

of cinnamon, 2 cardamon

seeds and 1 black tea bag

to 340ml of boiling water.

Steep for three minutes,

strain and sip until finished.

There’s no escaping the

strain the change in

temperature puts on your

skin at this time of year.

To combat these effects,

we tried WiDEYE’s

new Skin Management

Face Oil which includes

evening primrose and

rose, to soothe and

strengthen, plus oat

extract to restore balance

and nourish the skin.

It’s suitable for sensitive

skin and won’t clog pores

or make the skin oily,

quite the opposite in

fact. Facial oils trick the

skin into thinking there’s

already enough sebum

and not to produce more.

Using this oil at night,

following a cleanse and

toning routine, left skin

feeling more balanced

and smooth with a lovely

glow, perfect for winter.

Skin Management Face

Oil costs £21.95 for

30ml. wideye.co.uk. Visit

the WiDEYE store in

Rye to experience the

large range of natural

and ethical beauty

products in the in-house

treatment room.

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Luxury

Bathing

Rebecca Cuffe picks decadent body treats for a skin-kind Christmas

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1. Miniature Soap collection, £36, Jo Malone jomalone.co.uk 2. Sanctuary Spa Luxury Bath Float 500ml, £12, Boots,

boots.com 3. rosa Absolute Sumptuous Bathing oil, £39, Molton Brown moltonbrown.co.uk 4. ren Moroccan rose otto Body Lotion

200ml, £27, Fenwick Tunbridge Wells, fenwick.co.uk 5. Shaving Bar Soap, £5, Ravenscourt Apothecary Co. ravenscourtapothecary.com

6. Le Labo Face Mask 125ml, £32, Liberty London libertylondon.com 7. revive Body Wash 200ml, £27, Aromatherapy Associates,

aromatherapyassociates.com 8. deep Sleep Bath oil, £80, This Works thisworks.com 9. Bath oil collection, £30, ESPA espaskincare.com

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Beautiful

bodies

Kate Watts and Anna Merewether

try out nourishing treatments

for busy working mums

The Aromawax candle Massage

What are the stated benefits of the treatment?

The Aromawax Candle Massage is a luxurious

treat that leaves your skin feeling moisturised and

nourished. When I arrived, my therapist, Kimberley,

had the Eve Taylor Wild Fig & Grape candle

flickering away so I was greeted by a relaxing, aromatic

mixture of essential oils in the treatment room.

What products were used?

The Eve Taylor Aromawax Candles are developed

using 100% organic soya and palm oil combined

with essential oils in a variety of fragrances.

Once burned, the wax can be safely scooped

out to use as a soothing body moisturiser.

did it work for you?

Kimberley tailored the back massage to focus

on any areas which were particularly knotted

or tense and ensured the pressure was just right

for me. The aromatics in the room, combined

with the hydrating and softening oils from the

plant wax, were a blissful combination.

Any other benefits?

The delicious, uplifting scent of the candle made

this a unique experience. I left feeling calm,

revitalised and the scent lingered on my skin

and stayed with me for the rest of the day.

Kate visited Purenique in Hawkhurst for

an Aromawax Candle Massage. This is

part of the Candlelight Bliss Christmas

package which also includes an Eve Taylor

Aromatherapy Facial and an Aromawax candle

as a gift to take away with you, costing £80

for a two-hour treatment. purenique.co.uk

The rose indulgence Treatment

What are stated benefits of the treatment?

This is a full body healing treatment which is designed

to replenish, stimulate circulation and rehydrate your

skin. It also targets areas of fatigue and premature ageing

including back, feet, head plus gentle facial pressure.

What products were used?

Rose restoring oil was used on the body, small heated bags

were placed under the feet, palms, along the spine and

stomach and a conditioning oil was used on my hair.

did it work for you?

The treatment was incredibly relaxing, my skin feels

extremely soft and my body has been ‘re-balanced’.

Any other benefits?

I was advised to leave the conditioning oil in

my hair overnight to gain the best results and it

has already made a noticeable difference.

Anna had the Rose Indulgence Treatment which is

uniquely available at Grayshott Spa. The treatment

lasted 55 minutes and costs £70 grayshottspa.com

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Spa Find Fingertip Facelift

What are the stated benefits of the facial?

The Spa Find Fingertip Facelift promises

facelifting results by combining the best of East

and West. It incorporates Chinese acupressure,

Indian Ayurveda and Japanese Reiki with Spa

Find’s own mineral-based beauty products.

What products were used?

Hannah used Spa Find’s Renewed Radiance

Energising mineral-based beauty range,

beginning with a face, décolleté, arm

and shoulder massage and a full cleanse

and exfoliation. This was followed by the

Fingertip Facelift, starting with acupressure,

then lymphatic drainage and a lifting phase

topped off with a Plantox transformation

peel off mask to ‘soften’ lines and wrinkles.

Did it work?

This is a very luxurious treatment: the time

allowed is generous, the Kalmora Spa treatment

rooms are large and comfortable and it includes

a pretty comprehensive shoulder and neck

massage as well as a hand massage and mask

plus a scalp massage. The recommendation

is for a series of treatments (1 a week for 4

weeks, then monthly for maintenance) but

I saw a real improvement after just one.

Any other benefits?

This is definitely more than just a facial.

The treatment’s attention to neck, shoulders,

hands and head added a different dimension

and made it a very relaxing experience.

Julie had the Spa Find Fingertip Facelift with

Hannah at Kalmora Spa, Goudhurst. It cost

£60 and lasted 90 minutes kalmoraspa.com

Aveda Tulasara Facial

What are the stated benefits of the treatment?

Every facial at The Rye Retreat is bespoke to your skin

type. My therapist Lucy suggested the new Aveda Tulasara

techniques and products to deeply exfoliate and awaken my

skin, leaving it feeling balanced, luminous and hydrated.

What products were used?

The treatment started with Aveda Tulasara dry brushing

technique. This gently exfoliates and promotes skin renewal

and feels very relaxing. This was followed by a cleansing mask

and Aveda Tulasara Bright serum to hydrate skin from within.

Did it work for you?

My skin was left feeling super smooth and hydrated. I

came away with an understanding of how to continue

improving my own skin tone and tackle my problem areas.

Any other benefits?

The Aveda Tulasara range and techniques aim to restore

balance in your skin and this facial took that a step further

by combining reflexology, aromatherapy and massage in

one treatment. I left feeling restored, relaxed and glowing!

Kate visited The Rye Retreat for a bespoke 75

minute facial, costing £80 theryeretreat.co.uk

Face

to face

The SH beauty team tries out two

indulgent facials on a quest for smooth,

plumped and youthful-looking skin

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Smooth

& calm

SH tracks down products to combat the

causes of and soothe problem winter skins

The winter months can play havoc with

even the most flawless complexions: the

combination of the drying effects of central

heating inside, and the chaffing of cold winds

outside, can cause the blood vessels in the skin to

change rapidly, aggravating redness on the face.

This is a particular issue for the 10% of the

population who the NHS estimate suffer from rosacea,

a skin condition which mainly affects the face. In

its simplest form, rosacea is redness on the skin

caused by broken blood vessels and capillaries near

the surface but more acute cases can involve spots,

pimples and permanent thickening of the skin.

As well as the weather, triggers to avoid for

sufferers over the winter include spicy foods and

alcohol as well as hot drinks and hot baths. It’s also

suggested that gut health can have a direct impact

on rosacea, so taking a probiotic and adding gutfriendly

foods like kefir and yogurt to your diet

will prevent the depletion of healthy gut bacteria.

We’ve looked at some of the products

available to help your skin this winter …

A.S Apothecary

Wild Beauty Balm

concentrate #30

An all-purpose balm for the face and

body which draws on the power of botanical

oils including pomegranate seed, jojoba, pine and

rose. This hydrating balm will

plump and revitalise without

clogging pores and can calm,

reduce redness and brighten even

the most delicate skin. Melt a

tiny amount in the hands and

apply gently to the face, neck

and décolletage to balance,

rejuvenate and restore

the skin. £42 for 30ml

asapoth.com

Angela

Langford

Scrub up

This clearing &

brightening facial

exfoliator, made from a

blend of papaya, bilberry,

maple, lemon & orange

creates a gentle but effective

organic exfoliator for the

face. The recipe of natural

fruit acids mixed with jojoba

beads removes dead skin,

clears congestion and

boosts radiance to reveal

a refreshed complexion

underneath.

£27.50 for 100ml

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ZO MEDICAL by Zein Obagi MD

rozatrol normalizing Serum

Treatment for red, sensitised skin

Health + Aesthetics skin clinic in Farnham report seeing real

benefits from their rosacea treatment programme. Initially,

patients use ZO skin health products

on their skin, including Rozatrol which

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Explained

Award-winning Aesthetic Doctor Dr Christine Or talks us through

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Wrinkle-Relaxing Injections

What does this treatment promise? Commonly referred

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on the forehead, frown lines, crow’s feet, bunny lines

and lip lines. Botulinum Toxin is a muscle relaxant that

works by blocking nerve impulses to the muscle. It is

injected into specific muscles using a fine needle.

Does it hurt? No. A very fine needle is used so

it is not painful, although you may feel a few

small pinpricks. No anaesthetic is required.

How long does it take? Around 10 minutes.

How long will the treatment last? It will usually take

between 2 to 7 days for you to notice a difference,

with the full effects seen at around 2 weeks after

the treatment. As the weakened muscles recover, the

wrinkles will gradually return after 3 to 5 months.

Can I go out that evening? Yes, it will be fine to go out but

it is recommended that you should have no alcohol for 24

hours. You will also need to avoid the gym and sauna for a

day or so. There is a small risk of bruising from the injections.

Finally the cost! From £200

Lip Enhancement

What does this treatment promise? Lip enhancement

using dermal fillers is popular amongst younger patients

who wish to increase the volume of their lips, but is

also effective in older patients to rehydrate the lips,

correct asymmetry, define the lip borders and address

“smoker’s lines” or “lipstick bleed lines”. Subtle natural

looking lips can be achieved using advanced injection

techniques and “trout pouts” can be avoided.

Does it hurt? Local anaesthetic cream is used

to numb the lips before the treatment and most

patients find the procedure comfortable.

How long does it take? Around 20 minutes.

How long will the treatment last? Lip fillers

usually last around 6 to 9 months.

Can I go out that evening? It is probably best not to plan a

night out too soon after having lip enhancement. Your lips

will be a little swollen after the procedure and may well swell

up more in the 24 to 48 hours afterwards before settling

down over the next few days. Bruising of the lips can also

sometimes occur. You will not be able to wear lipstick and

should avoid kissing, aspirin and alcohol for 24 hours.

Finally the cost! From £200

Liquid Facelift

What does this treatment promise? Also known as the “8

Point Lift” or “Non-Surgical Facelift”, the liquid facelift

uses dermal fillers at eight specific suggested anatomical

points on the face to support the facial structure and create

gentle lift to restore a more youthful appearance. It is a

bespoke treatment using advanced dermal filler techniques

that depends on the skill and artistic eye of the aesthetic

practitioner to assess what is required in the individual. Areas

that can be addressed include the cheeks, tear trough area,

nasolabial folds, marionette lines, chin and sagging jawline.

Does it hurt? You may experience a mild stinging

sensation but this is lessened by the use of local

anaesthetic cream before the procedure.

How long does it take? Around 30 minutes.

How long will the treatment last? There is no downtime and

the results are immediately visible lasting 12 to 18 months.

Can I go out that evening? Yes, but you should not

wear make-up until the next day and will need to

avoid alcohol and aspirin for 24 hours and steer clear

of the gym and sauna. There may be some mild pinprick

bruising which should settle in a few days.

Finally the cost! From £660

Chemical Peels

What does this treatment promise? Chemical Peels are a

combination of acids which are brushed onto the skin to

remove the uppermost damaged skin layers and stimulate

growth of new skin cells. They can be used to treat a range

of skin conditions such as acne and melasma as well as

skin damage caused by the sun such as, fine lines, large

pores, dull skin tone and pigmentation, leaving smoother,

more even-toned, tighter and brighter-looking skin. There

are three types of peel: superficial, medium and deep.

Does it hurt? You may feel a stinging or burning

sensation when the chemical peel is applied.

How long does it take? Around 30 minutes.

How long will the treatment last? You will see results

after just one chemical peel but your aesthetic practitioner

may advise a course of treatments for best results.

Can I go out that evening? This will depend on the depth

of chemical peel. A light chemical peel will leave your

skin radiant and “red carpet ready” for an evening out,

but after a deeper peel you will need to factor in a week

or so of downtime as your skin will appear red and peel.

Finally the cost! £60- £500


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LED Light Therapy

What does this treatment promise? LED light therapy

can be administered using light panels or a LED light

face mask. Red light stimulates collagen and accelerates

healing so is good for treating rosacea and fine lines from

sun damage, as well as being great after a chemical peel.

Blue light is an excellent treatment for acne, killing the

bacteria on the skin that are associated with acne, reducing

oiliness and breakouts and clearing spots. A combination

LED light therapy is a great anti-ageing treatment to

improve skin texture, tone, pores and fine lines.

Does it hurt? No. You will feel relaxed

and may experience a warm glow.

How long does it take? 20 minutes.

How long will the treatment last? You will

notice results after just one session but best

results are seen after regular sessions.

Can I go out that evening?

Absolutely! There are no side effects or downtime.

Finally the cost! £60 per session

Skin Quality Therapy

What does this treatment promise? Skin quality therapies

involve hyaluronic acid being injected into the top layers of

the skin to help plump the skin and reduce the appearance

of fine lines. They deliver deep skin hydration, smoothing

skin texture and giving skin a natural glow. Skin laxity

can also be improved. Areas that can be treated include

the face, neck, décolletage, hands and upper arms.

Does it hurt? No. Local anaesthetic cream is

applied to the area to be treated and a very

fine needle is used for the injections.

How long does it take? Around 15 minutes.

How long will the treatment last and how many

sessions are required? Some treatments will require a

single session, while others will require 2 treatments four

weeks apart. The results will last up to 9 months.

Can I go out that evening? Yes, but you should not wear

make-up until the next day. You may have some visible lumps

on the skin but these will usually settle in a few hours and

there is the risk that you may get some pin-prick bruises.

Finally the cost! From £300

Dr. Christine Or is an award-winning Aesthetic Doctor in

Tunbridge Wells who is GMC-Registered, a full member

of the British College of Aesthetic Medicine, on the expert

panel at Save Face and one of the Trusted Doctors at Harley

Street Emporium. She trained at Guys and St Thomas’s

Hospital in London, initially working as a GP in Kent

before completing her aesthetic training in Harley Street. She

receives ongoing training with the Allergan Medical Institute.

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Wild Chestnut and mushroom crostini with gorse flower

Serves 8-10 Prep time: 20 mins Cooking time: 45 mins

Crostini are an Italian appetizer consisting of small slices of grilled or toasted

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Food

• 8 tbsp rapeseed oil – Pure

Kent (purekent.wordpress.

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make a lovely smoked oil if

you can track them down at

one of their Farmer’s Markets

• 2 garlic cloves, 1 peeled,

1 finely chopped

• 200g/14oz mixed

mushrooms, chopped

• 200g wild chestnuts,

peeled and chopped

• 1 tbsp coarsely chopped

fresh flatleaf parsley

• 1 tbsp fresh tarragon

• salt and freshly ground

black pepper

• 1 large baguette (cut into

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1. Preheat oven to 180°C. Slit the shells on the bottom of

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2cm thick. Place on a large baking sheet and bake or grill

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the whole garlic clove and brush with some rapeseed oil.

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and chestnuts then fry until hot all the way through.

4. Stir in the parsley and tarragon and season with

salt and freshly ground black pepper.

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Wild duck pâté with clementine

Serves: 8-10 Prep time: 20 mins

Cooking time: 1 hr 25 mins, plus cooling

• 250g butter

• 5 rashers smoked

streaky bacon

• 135g onion

• 4 cloves garlic

• 1 bay leaf

• 5g dried mixed herbs

• 1 whole Gressingham

duck leg

• 2 wild duck breasts

(or another duck leg)

• 50ml red wine

• 25ml brandy or

Cointreau to give

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Christmassy taste

• edible gold leaf,

to decorate

1. In a thick bottomed saucepan, place your chopped

onions, cubed butter, chopped bacon, garlic, bay leaf

and mixed herbs. Cook this on a medium heat for

about 20 minutes, the butter should be simmering

and the bacon cooked all the way through.

2. Add your duck, bones and all, and the wine. Cover

with lid or greaseproof paper and pop into an oven at

150°C for another hour until it is falling off the bone.

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tang which works well with the duck.

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and leave to get to room temperature.

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a stick blender (or counter blender) until smooth.

Pour into a terrine, and leave to set in the fridge

overnight. The next morning cover and freeze or use.

6. To serve: When you are ready, toast 6-8 rounds of

stale bread, then cut out with a cutter. Spread the pate

on the toast and garnish with a sprig of thyme, and

a clementine segment for colour. If you prefer you

can use sliced baguette for a more rustic look.

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Parma ham, fig and

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Serves 10-12 Prep time: 20 mins

Cooking time: 20 mins

• 5 figs diced

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• 50g butter, melted

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melted butter and sprinkle

the nigella seeds over.

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of the oven for 20 minutes,

until golden and crisp.

7. Take a slice of the Parma

ham and cut length

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8. When the finger roll is

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Back to our roots

Garden

After a lengthly wait, Jo Arnell starts to unearth her soil-dwelling home grown veg in time for Christmas

the season for the unearthing of root crops and

what they lack in Christmas sparkle is made up

’Tis

for by the comfort and joy they bring to winter

recipes. There is magic and quite a lot of mystery to the process

of growing an underground crop. You can’t really see what’s

happening until it is time for the harvest, so it does feel a bit

like opening a present when you dig around in the soil and

unearth your treasures. Some root crops are quick and easy to

grow – radishes can be ready to pull up within 3-4 weeks, but

others need more patience. Parsnips and leeks take months,

slowly maturing through the year and turning the wait for the

harvest into an act of faith. Luckily there are other crops that

can be grown companionably alongside them until they need

the space, and the other benefit is that unlike some vegetables

that need to be harvested all at once, they can be lifted as you

need them, acting like an outdoor larder – ready whenever

you are. Many actually improve in flavour as the temperatures

plummet, sweetening up as their starchy carbohydrates

turn to sugar. If you plan well, shopping for this part of the

Christmas lunch could be as easy as going into the garden…

Underground storage systems

The underground vegetables aren’t always roots. There are several

ways that edible plants conserve food and moisture in order to

survive in conditions that aren’t always hospitable; usually it’s a

method for coping with periods of drought. Some store energy in

starchy tubers, such as potatoes; an onion bulb is really a squashed

down plant in a casing, primed to unfurl and grow once the

spring arrives. We are all familiar with the veg patch stalwarts,

though more exotic roots are becoming available, but be careful,

as some are not hardy. Sweet potatoes and Mashua (like a nutty

potato) need a long, warm growing period and will not survive

a frost. Some that sound exotic are actually reintroductions of

ancient varieties; Scorzonera is a hardy, rugged looking root and

Skirret, which is like a multi-stemmed parsnip was apparently

Henry VIII’s favourite (but then he didn’t have to prepare it).

All in the soil

A lot goes on under the ground. It’s a busy place, absolutely

teeming with life – most of it microscopic and unfathomable

to us. We have to trust what’s going on down there – and that

can be half the problem, as there’s no way of checking on things.

Root crops need to grow in conditions that make it easy for the

roots to expand and grow into acceptable shapes (unless you

particularly enjoy the comedy moments that sometimes result

from odd shaped roots). Carrots and parsnips will fang and fork

if they have to fight their way through compacted or stony soil

and, weirdly, are also prone to do this if the soil is too rich. They

like a free draining situation, so it might be worth installing

raised beds, particularly if your soil is on the clay side. Do add

organic matter to condition the soil, but make sure this has


Cultivation

Carrots – grow best in light, sandy soil that hasn’t

been recently manured. Sow in containers, or choose

short-rooted varieties if your soil is unsuitable.

Thin to 2-3cm apart. Carrot fly is the main

enemy, protect with fleece, interplant with strong

smelling crops like alliums, or in raised beds

Parsnips – seeds may be slow to germinate – station sow/

mark the rows with a quick crop like radish. Parsnips like

the same conditions as carrots – not too rich/heavy, stony,

or freshly manured. Leave in the ground over winter as frost

will sweeten the roots. Varieties: Gladiator, Tender and True

Beetroot – don’t grow in recently manured soil.

For an autumn/winter crop, sow in mid July. Pull

before they become woody and keep the tops on to

stop ‘bleeding’. Varieties: Boltardy, Chioggia,

Leeks – sowing to harvest – 26-40 weeks,

depending on crop (early, main or late). Start

off inside or direct into a nursery bed.

Transplant when pencil thick into holes that are watered,

but not refilled with soil. Hardy through winter, easy to

grow. Watch out for rust. Varieties: Musselburgh, St. Victor

Potatoes – ‘Chit’ seed potatoes by leaving in a light,

frost free place for 2-3 weeks. Plant from early March

to mid April. Begin earthing up once seedlings are

10cm tall. Watch out for scab, blight, keel slugs. Main

crop varieties: Pink Fir Apple, Kestrel, Maris Piper

Celeriac – can be slow to germinate and get going and needs

a long growing season, often doesn’t start to bulk up until

the end of the season, so is best grown from small plants.

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been applied during the previous season. Root crops often follow

on from greedier vegetables like brassicas in a rotation for this

reason, as the manure or compost is added to feed the first crop,

but also helps to improve the soil structure in the long term.

Harvesting and storing

Whether you lift and store your root crop, or leave

them in the ground to harvest through the winter will

depend on how frozen the ground may get, but also

whether they are prone to attack from soil pests.

Main crop potatoes – ready to harvest once the haulm (top

growth) has died back in early autumn. They can be left in

the ground and dug up when required, but if you need the

space for other crops, or suffer with keel slugs (underground

slugs that attack tubers and root crops) or blight, it is probably

better to lift and store the tubers. Lift potatoes carefully – push

your fork gently into the ground a distance away from the

plant and unearth them. Spread them out to dry in the open

air for an hour or so to enable their skins to toughen up for

storing. Potatoes need to be stored in dry, dark conditions.

Hessian sacks are ideal, as they allow air to circulate.

Onions – ready to lift when the tops die down. Again,

leave them in the open air for a while – a week or more, to

let the papery protective layer ‘cure’. Onions are best stored

in cool, dry conditions – plait the dried stems or store in

a mesh bag and hang up to ensure good air circulation.

Garlic and shallots are treated in the same way as onions.

Carrots, beetroot, parsnips, turnips, swede – can be left in

the ground and harvested when needed, but to stop them being

attacked by pests and if your ground freezes too hard in the

winter, it’s best to lift them and store in a protected environment.

Once lifted, cut off the leaves and stems to prevent

moisture being drawn out of the roots. Find an old

wooden box, or storage container and put a layer of sand,

sawdust or multi-purpose compost (kept moist, but not

wet) in the bottom, then a layer of roots, then more sand/

compost etc. Store in a shed/garage/cellar, but make sure

no pests can get at them – don’t seal with a lid, though,

as this may create an airless, unhealthy environment.

If you have space outside, or have large quantities to store,

you could build a clamp, which is a traditional way of keeping

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earth filling it back up, then put a layer of straw on the base

of the clamp. Arrange some roots on top, making sure they

don’t touch, then layer straw and root crops alternately into a

pyramid shaped mound (so that water doesn’t settle on the top).

The earth from the trench can be piled over the final layer.

It may be too late for a home grown Christmas lunch

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Festive Magic

Susan Elkin takes a look at the traditional Christmas story

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Many a fond parental eye will be piped in the next

couple of weeks when they hear toothy little voices,

slightly off key, warbling their way through the first

verse of Away in a Manger at the school nativity play. It’s as

much part of Christmas as mince pies, reindeer and tinsel.

It won’t be long though before we also hear of schools which

have decided against any sort of traditional Christmas for

fear of offending those of other faiths or unbelievers. Like the

aforementioned mince pies, reindeer and tinsel, that too happens

every year. And it tends to annoy many parents which is why we

hear about it. They’ve stomped off to the press in indignation.

Well I sympathise with their cause but probably don’t

share their reasoning. The Christmas story is about family

values (how kindly Joseph cares for Mary!), new life and

(almost) universal rejoicing. Even the sinister Herod part

of the story shows up everyone else in a good light in the

face of evil: the wise men go home a different way and,

we have to assume that Mary, Joseph and their young

child are helped into exile by many decent people.

For the record, I’m a religious unbeliever but there’s

a great deal of universal human truth and love in this

story. And that unifying, timeless humanity is, I think,

worth celebrating with every child in every school.

Second, the nativity play is a form of drama and children

can’t, really can’t have too much of that. It teaches self

confidence, teamwork and helps children to empathise

with others even if they’re still in Reception or Year 1.

Cuts have meant that many schools – of all sorts – have

found the need to reduce drama and other arts provision.

If you let the nativity play go for ideological or other

reasons then it’s yet another drama opportunity lost.

Third, traditions are part of a community’s social

stability. Many children – sadly – don’t have much of

that in their lives outside school. So schools have to work

ever harder to compensate. They shouldn’t have to, of

course, but they do. Anything which is traditional helps

whether it’s dancing round the maypole, the end of

term disco, the summer fete at which you’re allowed to

throw wet sponges at the head – or the nativity play.

So long live the sound of Away in a Manger, Joseph forgetting

his words and chirping shepherds. Just don’t get too competitive,

please, about what your child is given to do. The donkey,

the policeman and the farmer are just as important as Mary.

It’s the taking part and sharing the story which matters.

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Christmas

Thurs 23 Nov - Sun 24 Dec

Bocketts Farm, Young

Street, Fetcham,

Leatherhead KT22 9BS

Visit Father Christmas

Hop on board the Santa Express

trailer, pass through the magical

gates and visit Santa in his

traditional hay barn workshop,

where children will receive a

wrapped present. Bocketts also

has hundreds of Christmas

trees on sale, new born lambs

expected early in the month,

and a children’s Christmas trail.

Info: bockettsfarm.co.uk

Fri 1 December -

Weds 3 January

RHS Garden Wisley,

Wisley Lane, Wisley,

Woking GU23 6QB

Christmas Glow

A breath-taking installation of

fantastical giant illuminated

flowers, dramatic installations

and illuminated trees at the

RHS Garden Wisley. The

Glasshouse will have a display

inspired by Clement Clarke

Moore’s poem ‘St Nicholas’,

there will be Christmas food

in the Food Hall, festive

shopping and stories, songs

and gingerbread decorating

with Mr and Mrs Claus.

Info: rhs.org.uk

Sat 2 - Sun 24 Dec

Godstone Farm, Tilburstow

Hill Road, Godstone RH9 8LX

Meet Father Christmas

Father Christmas returns to

his special festive Christmas

cabin with his team of elves.

Booking is recommended

to avoid disappointment.

Info: godstonefarm.co.uk

Fri 8 - Sun 17 Dec

Jubilee Square, Woking

Woking Christmas

Market

39 stalls packed full of festive

food and gorgeous gifts will

be lining the streets and

surrounding the Christmas

tree of Jubilee Square to

transform Woking into a

Christmas shopper’s paradise.

Info: woking-shopping.co.uk

Sat 16 & Sun 17 Dec

11am - 3pm

Hatchlands Park, East

Clandon, Guildford GU4 7RT

Christmas Animal Visit

The animals of Millers’ Ark

Farm are visiting the Hatchlands

courtyard this month. Go

and snuggle with these furry

friends and you can also

meet Morris and Callum,

Hatchland’s resident donkeys.

Info: nationaltrust.org.uk

Food & Drink

Sun 10 Dec 12pm - 4pm

Albury Organic Vineyard,

Shere Road, Albury GU5 9BW

Christmas Tasting

Enjoy tasting Albury’s

sparkling wines, brandy, honey

and Kokoh chocolate, the

Vineyard toy trail (weather

dependant) and performances

from the Godalming

Community Gospel Choir.

Entry: Adults £5, Children and

Wine Club Members Free

Info: alburyvineyard.com

Mon 25 & Tues 26 Dec

Farleigh Golf Club,

Old Farleigh Road,

Warlingham CR6 9PE

Christmas & Boxing

Day Lunches

Indulge in a six course feast

with coffee, mints and gifts

for children on Christmas Day

or three course carvery with a

glass of bubbly on Boxing Day.

Info: farleighfox.co.uk

New Year

Sun 31 Dec 7pm- 1am

G Live, London Road,

Guildford GU1 2AA

Cirque de Lumiere

Dress to impress at G Live’s

dazzling circus of lights to

end 2017 with champagne,

a superb three-course meal,

amazing artists, DJ, live band,

a live stream of the London

fireworks, and a delicious

survivors’ breakfast.

Entry: £69.96, groups

10+ £62.95

Info: glive.co.uk

Sun 31 Dec 7pm - 12.50am

Reigate Manor, Reigate

Hill, Reigate RH2 9PF

New Year’s Eve Ball

This black-tie ball will begin

with Champagne and canapés

in the lounge area before an

evening of entertainment and

indulgence in The Ballroom

with casino tables, a seven

course menu and swing music

from singer Ray Lowe.

Info: reigatemanor.co.uk

Sports & Leisure

Fri 8 - Sat 9 Dec

Sandown Park Racecourse,

Portsmouth Road,

Esher KT10 9AJ

Betfair Tingle

Creek Christmas

Festival Chase Day

Combining Grade 1 racing

with a heartwarming festive

atmosphere, this historic

event has been running since

1979. This year there will

be a brand new addition

of a Bavarian Beer Hall.

Info: sandown.thejockeyclub.co.uk

Sun 10 Dec 10am

Dnebies Wine Estate, London

Road, Dorking RH5 6AA

Santa Fun Run 5K

Hundreds of red-suited, whitebearded

participants will be

running, jogging or walking

Denbies’ beautiful traffic

free course with mince pies,

mulled wine (or soft drinks)

and medals awaiting them at

the finish line. This event is

untimed and will have festive

tunes and entertainment.

Entry: £25, Childen under

15 £15, including Santa suit,

mulled wine or soft drink,

mince pie and finishers’ medal

Info: denbies.co.uk

Theatre & Pantomime

Weds 6 - Sat 9 Dec

Ivy Arts Centre, University Of

Surrey, Stag Hill Court, 388

Perimeter Road, Guildford

GU2 7XH

Daisy Pulls It Off

This family Christmas musical

set in 1927 follows Daisy

Meredith in a classic girls’

school story of unspeakable

snobs, ghastly schemes and

mysterious clues.

Info: 01483 686876 / gsauk.org

Fri 15 - Sun 17 Dec

Guildford Spectrum

Leisure Complex, Parkway,

Guildford GU1 1UP

Aladdin Pantomime

on Ice

This three day ice festival

brings the ever-popular tale

of Aladdin to the ice. It’s a

real community event with a

cast of talented young skaters

drawn from Spectrum’s own

skating programme and some

of the region’s rising stars.

Info: guildfordspectrum.co.uk

Fri 15 Dec - Sun 17 Jan

Epsom Playhouse, Ashley

Avenue, Epsom KT18 5AL

Cinderella Pantomime

This magical performance

is a classic family treat with

stunning scenery and costumes,

comedy, dancing and 3D effects.

Info: 01372 742555 /

epsomplayhouse.co.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!

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Deadline for the January issue is 4

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Competition

Win £250 to spend at The glades

shopping centre in bromley

The Glades Shopping Centre, South East London’s shoppers’ paradise, is nestled in the

bustling borough of Bromley, where an abundance of fashion, gift and restaurant options

will make Christmas 2017 your best yet. With more than 130 retailers under its roof, sources

of inspiration can be found everywhere at the centre. For show-stopping party outfits or cosy casual

clothing, the likes of M&S, Massimo Dutti, H&M, Zara, Karen Millen, T.M.Lewin, Hobbs and

more will leave you spoilt for choice.

Present-buying is made oh-so-easy, with retailers including Cath Kidston, Debenhams, L’Occitane,

Jo Malone, Hotel Chocolat and the White Company, to mention a few, offering that special

something you’ve been looking for. The addition of a new restaurant terrace with places to eat like

Giraffe, Byron Burger, Wagamama, Ed’s Diner, Belgo, Yo!Sushi and Carluccio’s means there is

something for all the family to enjoy.

No Christmas shopping trip is complete without visiting Santa’s grotto, and this year The Glades is

hosting ADVENTure Land, one of the most exciting festive experiences in London.

This 40-minute interactive extravaganza will see enchanting elves lead families through a wondrously

festive adventure featuring 24 doors, with magical seasonal games, music, jokes and even more fun

to be revealed behind each one. The Big Man in Red will be waiting at the end with a gift and photo

opportunity. Get your tickets now at www.theglades.co.uk. The centre will be open from 9am to 9pm

from 11 December every Monday to Saturday to help you get the festivities wrapped up in a very

stylish bow. Get into the holiday spirit at The Glades this winter for a truly Merry Christmas.

How to enter: For

your chance to win £250

to spend at The Glades,

just answer the following

question: In which borough

is The Glades Shopping

Centre situated? Enter your

answer with your contact

details* in the online form

at surrey-homes.co.uk/

competition or post to:

The Glades Competition,

Surrey Ho mes, 21

Stone Street, Cranbrook,

Kent TN17 3HF by 31

December. There is no

cash alternative and the

prize must be taken before

end of March 2018. If

we are unable to contact

the winner, we will select

another. *All entrants’ details

will be passed on to The

Glades and Wealden Times

Events. Please let us know

if you do not wish your

details to be passed on.

Congratulations to Ms D Elliott who wins our October competition for a Flint & Flame Santoku Knife

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Jane Howard’s

Fables from the Farm

Jane reflects on a bountiful year at Coopers Farm

It’s been quite a dry autumn, so

this year the cows stayed out right

up until the end of November.

They’d happily stay out all winter if we

gave them half a chance and plenty of

hay, but weighing in at a hefty 700kg

a piece they’d turn all the fields into a

soupy mush with not a blade of grass

in sight come the spring. So I’ve just

brought them in and love the novelty

of having them up by the house,

bedded up and cosy in deep, clean

straw. Having the cows in the barn also

means that Christmas is

coming (though no geese

to fatten here as they’re

one of the few animals

not to feature in the

Coopers Farm line-up).

And that means I go

into festive overdrive. My

efforts extend far beyond

the hall, as I deck every

corner of this old farmhouse

with industrial quantities

of greenery gathered from

around the farm. There’s

nothing like swags of ivy

and twigs of holly to create

general Christmas loveliness and such

abundance has the added advantage of

hiding all the cobwebs. And ladies take

note… the pagans considered holly

to be male and ivy female, whichever

was brought inside the home first

would determine who would rule

the roost for the following year!

“the pagans

considered holly to

be male and ivy

female, whichever

was brought inside

the home first

would determine

who would rule

the roost for the

following year!”

And then there’s the seasonal menus.

2017 was a great year for fruit and

foraging and I’ve managed to store a

fair amount of interesting produce for

the Christmas table, though my girls

make it perfectly clear that Waitrose

would be the preferred option. I’ll be

serving Dabinetts and Jordan’s Weepings

– interesting old-fashioned apple

varieties – exotically perfumed Meeches

Prolific quinces and bowls of creamy

medlars to go with the mince pies.

The walnut tree went into overdrive

– even though we forgot

to beat it, which is

apparently the key to

success – and produced

about twenty nuts. And

while on the subject of

beating, this year we got

there before the squirrels

and so will have cobnuts

to go with the walnuts,

and huge juicy sweet

chestnuts, for which it

was also a bumper year.

And the table will

twinkle with homemade

beeswax candles which

are quite easy, though time consuming,

to make. In the autumn the wax frames

full of honey are spun to remove the

honey and then the wet and sticky

frames are given back to the bees to clean

up. The older, scruffier and now dry wax

frames are then melted down to produce

a pan, ideally a tall asparagus pan, full of

molten beeswax. A long piece of wick is

then dipped at either end into the pan of

wax and hung over a chair back to cool.

Once set, they can be dipped again and

again and again until the desired length

and thickness of candle is achieved. If

I’m being completely honest, it’s jolly

difficult to end up with a perpendicular

candle, but heck, lean as they might

they cast a far more interesting

glow and smell utterly delicious.

However, when it comes to alcohol,

the family very firmly put their collective

foot down and insist on the real thing

– branded, bottled and bought – rather

than obscure home-made hedgerow

versions. It’s not for debate, although

I do manage to slip in some sloe gin

just to make the point! Cheers and

Happy Christmas to one and all.

Follow Jane Howard – and the farm

– on Instagram @coopersfarm

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