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Hadley Wood News July 2011

  1. 1. INSIDE THIS MONTHS ISSUE Goodbye and Goodbye Mrs Loizides. Hadley Wood’s Primary School Headteacher retires. Playground. Update on the upgrade Thank You Louiza. Ami Northam. Walks (20 miles!) for Charity. Letter from Westminster. David Burrowes reports. We will all miss you. WI. Olympic site visit. HADLEY WOOD NEWS JULY 2011 ISSUE Black Eyed Peas concert. Mia gets a Royal lift. Church Centenary Tea. Bikes R Us Profile. Mrs Louiza Loizides. Head Teacher Hadley Wood Primary school.DESIGNED & PRINTED BY KALL KWIK BARNET TELEPHONE: 020 8441 4482 COVER PHOTO: WATER MAINS UNDER REPAIR IN HW. PHOTO BY J. LEATHERDALE
  2. 2. wondered. Always used to be.) ‘Actually’ she replies, ‘It was!’ Then to the Central Foundation Girl’s School in the City and then on to Teachers Training at St Gabriel’s now amalgamated with London University’s Goldsmith’s College. ‘I wanted to be a teacher from about the age of eight’. Then teaching practice in Camberwell cannot help noticing her calm and and by way of contrast understanding manner. It’s easy to see a spell in a small village why she was so good at liaison and school in Suffolk. coping with the diplomatic difficulties ofProfile Louiza started teaching at a school in going to work at a failing school. Hackney, then married and later took a Aged forty four, Louiza decided toWaiting outside a Headteacher’s study break to bring up their two sons. Once study for an MA in Education at Hertford,can bring back painful memories. Not so the boys started school it was back to attending the University for two nights aat Hadley Wood’s Primary School. teaching part time in Haringey and later week over four years. ‘I was lucky to haveMeeting Mrs Loizides was as usual a full time at Oakthorpe Infants School, such a supportive family otherwise itwelcoming and friendly experience which amalgamated with the Junior would have been too difficult’ she says.though a little sad. Unbelievably School to become a Primary. In all Louiza ‘But I loved the course and the reading. Itretirement beckons. I asked her if she was there for 17 years taking on was such a stimulus’. Following herwould not mind mentioning some past responsibility for Maths and ICT. She degree she moved to Latymer All Saintshistory. Born and bred in Camden Town loved working with other teachers and Primary school in Edmonton as Assistantof Greek Cypriot parents she attended All sharing knowledge and practice. She Head Teacher and then DeputySouls School in Foley St behind The was a leading teacher in Maths and Headteacher. This was another failing orMiddlesex Hospital. ‘Any special modelled lessons to teachers from other ‘Special Measures’ school. Louizamemories’ I ask. ‘Well I was May Queen schools as well as working one year with worked closely with the newly formedin 1962, voted in by the other children’ the Local Authority Mathematics Team senior management and within sixshe replies with a smile. ‘Actually I was a delivering maths training sessions to months the school was out of specialbit shy. But I loved drama and sport’. She other teachers. It was at Oakthorpe that measures. Within two years she appliedcame 6th in a London Schools event and she gained her knowledge and skills in and was thrilled to be given the Headshipas a result was chosen to run in the first senior management. She was able to use at Hadley Wood Primary. ‘I liked the sizeever girls National Cross Country these skills as part of a team that of the school (245 children at that time),competition for girls in Rochdale supported a nearby failing school in and the culture of high quality teaching’.Lancashire. (Rochdale? Was it raining I Special Measures. Listening to her you She also liked the community The PARK VETERINARY PARK VETERINARY VETERI ARY ARY PRACTICE P Cockfosters Cockfosters foste Clean • Spacious • Air-conditioned pacious ned The only local practice to p Fully Equipped. • Operating theatre • Xrays • Dental Wo eatre Workshop orkshop be FSA approved for A • Laboratory • Ultrasound • Endoscopy ory copy insurrance insurance claims. • Advanced Anaesthetic Monitoring ed ing • Puppy Parties • Geriatric care y e Call for details on how to Register ster 020 8275 0330 (24 hrs) 275 or visit www.theparkvets.com ww ww.theparkvets.co om Fr i e n d l y, Friendly, Compassionate e The Place for Puppy g & Caring Professionals. Parties! 2
  3. 3. were all so proud of the school we need not have worried.’ They have also won several other awards: Healthy schools Award, Leading Parent Partnership Award, Basic Quality Mark, the NACE Award, and we are currently working towards out TAILORING AND REPAIRS BY EXPERTS International Award. There is also the Are now pleased to welcome to their team, Sing up Gold Award. Music is a strong Dentists with specialist interests in: provision at the school and about 80 Endodontics (Root Canal Therapy) children are currently learning to play by Dr Marta Suarez instruments. There is a choir and an orchestra and concerts are held every Orthodontics, including incognito braces by Dr Shahla Rahman frankly it’s been an honour to be in Periodontics charge of such an excellent group of (All treatments for gum health) teachers and children. But I am not sure by Dr Riccardo Zambon how I feel. It will probably come home to Please enquire at our practice Reception me when I have actually finished’. I get up and make my apologies for 16 Crescent West, Hadley Wood, keeping her away from her duties. ‘Before Barnet, Herts, EN4 OEJ. you go’ she adds ‘I should say that I wish Tel: 02084410257 SHOWTIME Hadley Wood School and my successor Miss Beverley Benson every happinessatmosphere and the international feel of and success for the future’.the school. Louiza mentioned the DINNER I leave the school and make my wayimportance of teaching children about
  4. 4. back home across the field. What a ladydifferent cultures, religions and beliefs so and how we will all miss her.that through this knowledge children Friday19th August Rod Armstronghave understanding, tolerance and An evening of music inspired by London’s West End theatre productions. Resident Pianistrespect for others. Paul Jaffa and colleagues will entertain you with Hadley Wood I asked her what was she most proudof. ‘Hmm’ a pause. ‘Lots of things. Our their take on both classic and modern songs. Community Playground Enjoy a sparkling wine and canapé reception,partnership with families has been very 3 course meal followed by coffee, tea Renovation –successful. There’s a lot of interaction and chocolates. Public Consultationwith parents and we work in partnership £45.95 per person. Payment with booking.with them. What else? ‘I think we have a Meeting Updatevery good teaching programme. The The HWCPR is now looking atimportance of the three R’s is WEST LODGE PARK playground designs and the size of thefundamental but we give the children a YO U R C O U N T RY R E T R E AT Cockfosters Road, Hadley Wood, Herts, EN4 0PY. T: 020 8216 3900 land that will meet the needs of the HWN51very rich and broad curriculum. We have Email: wlpreception@bealeshotels.co.uk Web: www.bealeshotels.co.uk playground and the community. Abeen very successful in the way we section of the field around the existingdeliver our Creative Curriculum. I must playground has been marked out withhave looked puzzled. ‘We ask the class term. The school has a music specialist, posts and rope to show the maximumto vote for a topic and then teach about it. Mrs Haines. The school also received an area the playground will cover. (TheFor example chocolate has been a Active award for sport. The children play photo shows the proposed perimeterfavourite topic this year. So we taught the Rounders, netball, football, handball, kindly and cheerfully demonstrated bychildren about the processes of melting tennis, gymnastics and athletics and children from the primary school. Manyand solidifying, visited Cadbury’s factory, have an annual sports day. ‘I thought many thanks to Mrs Loizides and thereading Charlie and the Chocolate sport was not a priority in schools teachers who went to the trouble offactory, making different flavoured anymore’ I ask. She shakes her head and organising this.)chocolate ourselves etc etc. The children leans forward.’ We feel strongly that the To ensure that the community are fullylove this approach and it is very effective’. children should be good sports people What about special awards? ‘Well and especially be able to win or loseprobably our best moment was being gracefully. We make a point ofjudged as an ‘Outstanding’ School by acknowledging and valuing all theOfsted in 2008. This was based on an children whether they are winners or not’.inspection, a review of the children’s Louiza goes on to talk about theresults, observing the teachers at work, children. She’s obviously very proud oftalking to the children, staff and parents.’ them and of the school. ‘How does it feel’‘Stressful’ I asked. Louiza smiled. ‘Well I ask ‘to be on the verge of retirement’?you never know what the children are ‘Well, I do have mixed emotions’ shegoing to say at any one moment but they replies ‘I really love this job and quite 3
  5. 5. The Celebrities Guild of Great Britain invites you to…up to date with our plans there will be a TOUR, SHOW BUFFET atpublic consultation at the Hadley Wood THE MAGIC CIRCLEAssociation on Wednesday 14thSeptember from 7:30pm in the HWA Hallbehind the tennis courts. LONDON NW1 We hope this meeting will allow the SUNDAY 30 OCTOBER at 7pm A fascinating world of intrigue, highly unusualcommunity to see the progress being entertainment and light refreshments. An opportunity tomade and give you the chance to view enjoy an outstanding event with the Celebrities Guild.your comments and opinions about this Tickets £58project. If you wish to be get involved or want In aid of ‘Talking with Hands’ enabling totalfurther details please contact Laura communication for deaf people.Gassner on 07949 073536 or For further information and tickets please contactemail hwcpr@yahoo.co.uk. The Celebrities Guild of Great BritainLaura Gassner Telephone:02084491234 (10.00am –4.00pm)Ami Steps Out For email: info@celebritiesguild.org.ukCharityTen year old Ami Northam, grand- web: www.celebritiesguild.org.ukdaughter of Gill Gutteridge and John JillNortham, has recently completed amarathon 20 mile walk to raise money for Need’ who will use the funds raised to Arch, Speaker’s Corner (where Amischool children of her own age in Africa. equip a newly built primary school in extended her vocabulary!), Buckingham Ami has had a long held ambition to Sierra-Leone, a country where many of Palace and in to Green Park and Stenhance the lives of children in Africa and the schools were destroyed by the 10 James’s Park. They hobbled past Bigcame up with the idea of undertaking a year civil war. Ben and the Houses of Parliament,sponsored walk. She selected a After a few months of training, Ami set across Westminster Bridge (bypassing awonderful charity called ‘Wherever the out with her dad, Chris, at 5.30 a.m. on a man carrying a snake !) and then took in fine morning in early June. The target the London Eye and The Tate Gallery on was to walk from Ami’s School, Monken the South Bank. The famous dome of St Hadley, to St Paul’s Cathedral, trying to Paul’s Cathedral was a sight for sore stay off-road as much as possible. Their eyes (and very sore feet!) but a final walk took them across Hadley Common sprint up the steps saw them complete where they linked up with the Dollis Valley the task by about 2 p.m. The total Greenwalk which leads all the way to the distance walked was just over 20 miles housing maze of Hampstead Garden which entailed taking an impressive Suburb. A chance encounter with the 49,306 steps ! previous owner of Ami’s home in Barnet While somewhat bedraggled and very helped set them back on track towards wet, Ami felt a deep sense of satisfaction Hampstead Heath. in successfully completing a challenging Once off the Heath, they walked over task and, most importantly, had raised Primrose Hill and then into Regents Park, money to fund much needed equipment at which point the heavens opened. for children far less privileged than Undeterred, the duo made a quick visit herself. to Sherlock Holmes’ House on Baker Fundraising is still ongoing – thanks to Street and then carried on to Marble a number of very generous donors, Ami 4
  6. 6. has surpassed her original target of£1,000 and now has a revised target of www.facefirstlondon.co.uk£2,000 with a view to providing COSMETIC SERVICES INCLUDINGequipment for two schools in the area. BOTOX AND FACIAL FILLERS If you would like to make a donation to AVAILABLE IN HADLEY WOODthis wonderful cause then please visit WITH MEDICALLY QUALIFIEDhttp://www.wherevertheneed.org.uk/dona PRACTITIONER.te/ami-northam/ or send a chequepayable to ‘Wherever The Need’ to Ami Contact:at 4 The Avenue, Barnet, EN5 4EN. Phone: 07970 215 834Chris Northam Fax: 020 8447 0689 Emai: info@facefirstlondon.co.ukCentenary Summer TeaSt Paul’s continues to celebrate its ‘Bayeux Tapestry’ painted by PeterCentenary year; this time with a delicious Moore a previous lay reader at St Paul’ssummer tea attended by forty local Church depicting the history of thisresidents. The pews were all pushed corner of Hertfordshire.back, tables with attractive tablecloths Tania Hawkins spoke about herwere brought in and whilst guests Christian faith and highlighted all that Stwatched a DVD of past church fetes and Paul’s has come to mean to her and herthe centenary week-end celebrations, a family.superb home-made tea was served. Two of the guests were only seven Jeff Hammer, who trained as a classical years younger than the church! – andpianist before moving into the world of loved having their childhood memories accommodation and also a betterprofessional music where he worked with revived. One guest wrote this in her environment. The new families soon tomany top artists, played some nostalgic thank you letter: “Gleaming silver, move in to the area will want not justmusic from the shows. beautiful bone china and a delicious tea quality housing but quality air. Hundreds Photographs of the past era were on all combined to make this an of waste trucks from seven North Londondisplay together with the Hadley Wood unforgettable event.” Boroughs and Barnet Councils depot Jill Northam driving along the A406 are not what these Photos taken by Vanessa Northam new residents will have bargained for. During the same week in Parliament I took up the case of a long standing Letter from Westminster resident of the same area, Gary One of the things I enjoy about being an Mckinnon, the computer hacker who is MP is the variety. Last month for example facing extradition to the US and has I was campaigning against the Aspergers Syndrome. I was plans to develop a huge waste pleased that Garys case was management site at Pinkham the subject of discussions Way on the A406. I also visited between President Obama the new properties along the and the Prime Minister and will A406 which are now largely free continue to press for Gary to of squatters and squalor and stay in the UK. being redeveloped. The Some things though are regeneration of this area will be similar at this time of year, greatly helped by better namely concerned parents 5
  7. 7. complaining about too few good school on 9th September from 5pm at Walkerplaces being available for their children. Cricket Ground, Waterfall Road N14. It isThere are areas in N14 and N21 which in aid of Nightingale Community Hospicehave unfortunately become black holes Trust and Enfield Good Samaritanfor school admissions, where the Network. If you would like to donate, Have your car valeted by us anddistance from the nearest local schools attend or even play in my team let me experience our quadrapower snowmean that obtaining a first preference know. foam system which is unique to us.school is unlikely. David Burrows For more details or booking call One answer is to increase the supply of Adam on 07973-272347 orschool places. That is why I am Hadley Wood’ssupporting two applications by local log onto aquavalet.co.ukparents teachers and businessmen Women’s Institute.for new ‘free’ primary and secondary On the 22nd June the Hadley Wood W.I.schools in or near to Palmers and guests set off by coach to theGreen. Details can be found at Olympic Village site. After coffee wewww.northlondonfreeschools.co.uk and visited an adjacent building where wewww.greekorthodoxschool.org.uk had an excellent overview of the huge Finally, a date for the diary. I have my Olympic area. A member of Newhamannual charity cricket match coming up Council gave an interesting and Mia gets a Royal lift. Given that Editors should never mention their own families we had some misgivings about including this article. Nevertheless it was rather a special event and we hope you will forgive us. The grandchildren came over from Norway last week. Our elder son took the girls and their mother to the Black Eyed Peas informative talk on the progress of the concert in Hyde Park. By a lucky chance they were in the VIP section and not far Olympic village, emphasising the legacy from Prince Harry. of the site after the games with its range At some stage Harry noticed Mia could not see over the heads of the surrounding of new affordable housing, shops, adults and asked her if she would like to sit on his shoulders. ‘Er yes’ said Mia, schools, parks, transport infrastructure, practically passing out. ‘If you fall off’ medical and sports facilities. A tour of the said the Prince ‘Its not my fault. Are we area and lunch at Caribbean restaurant cool?’ ‘Are we cool’ thought Mia sitting completed the day. Mrs. Gloria Neal was there in a daze for two songs. ‘We sure thanked for organising such an are’! interesting outing. Curtains We all asked what he was like. ‘ He was Hilary Nunn really nice’ said Mia ‘Very friendly’. The Prince left behind a great impression Quilts and a happy young girl. Thank you Harry. You made one young lady’s week and gave her the memory of a lifetime. Kari and Rod Armstrong by Josephine Made to measure High quality made to measure soft furnishings Beautiful, bespoke interlined curtains Practical roman blinds over radiators behind curtains to reduce drafts Headboards, bedspreads upholstery Complete service in your own home Wide choice of fabrics available Poles, tracks pelmets supplied All work installed Competitive prices View completed work on my web site Ring Jo for free advice quotation Tel: 01462 682012 07825 994397 www.curtainsandquilts.co.uk 6
  8. 8. with disastrous results! These were taken Pilates Teacher - Personal Trainer in good humour and everyone had an Established lower back specialist enjoyable evening. Would you like a more toned, more flexible, longer, There were two winners, those playing leaner, stronger look to your body. N/S and those playing E/W. The These are just a few of the benefits Pilates offers. Private sessions North/South winner was Gill Loftus are becoming increasingly popular as exercises can be adapted to suit peoples individual needs. playing with Christine Eggle with a The sessions enable you to have a more personal method of learning. creditable score of 60.42%. The Don’t live with back pain book now to see a specialist East/West winner was Mradu Shah Lower back pain is extremely common and can be acute enough to stop people functioning normally on a day to day basis. playing with Sue Pople with an amazing Pilates is a key exercise method for helping to improve posture 77.5%. Anyone returning a score like that and therefore relieve daily aches and pains. should be considered for the national Contact Stuart on: 07787 552326 team, so Mradu your new career may be or email: stuart@pilates-stuart.co.ukBridge beginners class. just about to begin!!!Eighteen weeks after starting in February The beginners course is nowthe beginners bridge players had their finished for this year but we willfirst taste of a bridge competition. Eleven consider an improvers coursemembers of the Hadley Wood Bridge next year and if there is demandclub kindly volunteered to partner each then a new beginners sessionbeginner on the final night at St Pauls will start in January 2012.Church Hall. The competition was fierce Interested players shouldover 12 boards and it was soon realised register with Robin Nunn atthat some of the experts expected a little robinnunn@blueyonder.co.uktoo much from their new partners. Some Robin Nunnreally difficult contracts were declared Bikes R Us If you are having trouble with your bikes to his customers than vice versa. So the St Paul’s Hadley Wood or more likely the kid’s bikes and you enjoy watching experts at work try Bikes van became a travelling workshop and we were all saved the task of trying to VACANCY R Us. cram oily bikes into our immaculate PART TIME Paul’s the man in charge. He works cars before driving them over to his PRE-SCHOOL / from his van with a treasure trove of shop. CHURCH cycling paraphernalia and repair Paul is very pleasant and helpful. He OFFICE equipment in the back. Give him a ring is excellent at giving the bike a once ADMINISTRATOR and heíll come to your front door. over before a charity cycle ride or fixing Bikes R Us was originally a cycling any problem. His workshop is on 0208 FOR 16HRS A WEEK shop on the Broadway opposite MS 882 8288. Mobile 07949066889 or in Winchmore Hill road. Paul bought the email: paulbikesrus@yahoo.co.uk HOURS FLEXIBLE business in 1994 and gradually found Rod Armstrong MAINLY DURING that it was actually easier for him to go TERM TIME Starting SEPTEMBER 2011 The Position Involves: Managing the Office and performing all associated duties within both roles Working closely with, and being responsible to, the Supervisor and The Church Leadership Team Working within a friendly and dynamic team This is a new role so there is great potential for development Essential Skills for this position: Proven Administrative Experience ICT Skills to a very good standard Previous experience of working within a team Good communication skills Must be a self-starter Relevant checks and a Criminal Records Disclosure will be required if successful 7
  9. 9. HADLEY WOOD HADLEY RADLETT £3,799,950 HIGHSTONE £3,000,000 Freehold £3,350,000 Freehold Sole Agents Freehold Sole Agents Sole Agents 020 8440 9797 020 449 3383 01923 604321 This substantial externally traditional yet internally contemporary individual ar- Warwick House is a unique home which is offered to the market for only the 2nd Situated in one of Radlett’s premier tree lined avenues, enjoying stunning chitect designed mansion provides approx. 7,500 sq ft of modern living with time in 150 years. It has been extensively modernised and refurbished through- unrivalled views over greenbelt countryside Ash Barton is a superb panoramic views to the rear over Hadley Wood golf course and greenbelt views out to reflect both character and contemporary design. The property benefits characterful family residence of approx 5700 sq ft, approached by a deep to the front. Reception Hall, 2 guest cloakrooms, 5 reception rooms, kitchen, from large loft access and beautiful landscaped gardens and grounds of approx. carriage driveway with extensive mature gardens. 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, utility room, 6 bedrooms (5 en suite), further shower room, cinema/media 3 acres with stunning uninterrupted countryside views for up to twenty miles . 3 5 receptions detached triple garage. room, landscaped gardens, integral double garage. receptions, 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. HADLEY WOOD LETTY GREEN HADLEY WOOD £2,900,000 £2,500,000 £2,295,000 Freehold Freehold Freehold Sole Agents Sole Agents Sole Agents LO-RES 01707 T IN 020 8440 9797 NOT FOR PR 661144 020 8440 9797 This beautifully presented detached family home is situated on the south A unique and unrivalled opportunity to acquire this award winning Grade II A very well presented detached 6 bedroom family residence constructed side of the area’s premier road. Reception hall, guest cloakroom, 4 reception listed 19th Century Church conversion situated on a plot of approximately approximately 5 years. Also with NHBC warranty remaining and benefiting rooms, kitchen, utility room, Master bedroom with en suite bathroom, guest 0.7 acres and converted by Linley developments. This elegant home has from a southerly aspect rear garden abutting Hadley wood’s. 3 reception bedroom with en suite bathroom, 3 further bedrooms, family bathroom, 2nd recently has been restored and finished to an extremely high specification rooms, 4 bathrooms (2 en suites), garage. floor; TV room/gym, integral double garage, delightful southerly aspect rear throughout, incorporating the latest in home technology. 3 receptions, garden extending to approx 135’. 4 bedroom suites, 3 bathrooms including 2 e/s, superb Mark Wilkinson kitchen and garage. HADLEY WOOD WOODSIDE PARK HADLEY WOOD OIRO £2,000,000 £1,199,000 £735,000 Freehold Freehold Leasehold Sole Agents Sole Agents Sole Agents 020 8440 9797 020 8445 3694 020 8440 9797 A beautifully presented detached family residence standing on an overall A detached family home recently extended and refurbished to a high and A beautifully presented brand new and fully furnished 2 bedroom, 2 plot approaching one acre. Guest cloakroom, 2 reception rooms, study, exacting standard throughout. Situated in this sought after, quiet residential bathroom, ground floor apartment in this exclusive development of just 10 garden room, kitchen/breakfast room, 4 bedrooms, family bathroom, location, the property offers convenient access to local schooling, shops and homes. The apartment benefits from a designer Italian kitchen containing garage, landscaped westerly aspect rear garden, heated swimming pool transport links. 2 reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, 5 bedrooms, 3 fully integrated top of the range appliances. There is allocated parking. NHBC and floodlit tennis court. bathrooms, rear garden, off street parking. remaining. The Hadley Wood Association 7 Crescent East Hadley Wood Herts EN4 0EL 8449 7193 hadley.woodassoc@btconnect.com www.hadleywood.org.uk Chairman Graham Sharp 020 8449 2133 sharpie14@btinternet.com Editor Publisher Rod Armstrong 020 8449 5924 rodarmstrong@btinternet.com Advertising and Centre Manager Lisa Winston 020 8449 7193 hadley.woodassoc@btconnect.com Advertising Manager Betty Brough 020 8441 6859 bbr1934@aol.com Hall Bookings Karen Fernandes 07831 753 268 Security Task Force Membership secretary/Admin Caroline Berlyn 020 8441 8020 Safe Neighbourhood Team Police Sergeant Peter Moxham 020 8721 2688 or 07920 233 775The Hadley Wood News is published usually during the first weekend of each month. It is a community publication with the objective of bringing local news,views and events to the residents and friends of Hadley Wood. It is non-profit making with any surplus going to the Hadley Wood Association (HWA) for thedirect benefit of residents. Content is produced voluntarily with the make-up, printing and distribution paid for by advertising. Thank you to all our advertisers,without whom this magazine would not be possible. If you would like to contribute to a future issue or receive updates via email, please contact the Editorand Publisher. The HWA and anyone associated with the content of this newsletter cannot accept any responsibility for the accuracy, claims or viewsexpressed. The Hadley Wood News does not represent or endorse the accuracy or reliability of any of the advertisements or other information accesseddirectly or indirectly from this publication, nor the quality of any products, services, information or other materials displayed, purchased or obtained byanyone as a result of an advertisement or any other information or offer in connection with those products, services, information or other materials.HadleyWood News shall not be responsible for any errors or omissions contained in any advertisement or other information within this publication.The Publisher reserves the right to amend, abridge or reject any copy supplied for publication. EOE HWA May 2011 To download a copy of this and/or previous issues of Hadley Wood News, please visit www.hadleywood.org.uk 8